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MISSISSIPPI 







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STATE COLLEGE, MISS. 

JOE FRANK SANDERSON, Editor 
THOMAS K. "Pete" GRIFFIS, Bus. Mgr. 





The memory of those sons of Mississippi 
State who did not return to play their 
parts in her rise to unexcelled heights, 
we humbly and respectfully dedicate 
this 1947 REVEILLE. Mississippi State 
carries on as they would have her do, 
growing daily in Spirit and Truth, but 
their names shall ever be emblazoned 
in her memory. 





Carroll Sidney Adams • Donald M. Amsler • Douglas P. Ander- 
son • Harry C. Anderson • Glenmore M. Ash • Lucian A. 
Barnhill, Jr. • Graham J. Barton • Horace L. Bayless • Tyson 
C. Bean • Garnett S. Beattie • Jesse W. Berryhill • William 
T. Biggers • James B. Black • George A. Box • Maury D. 
Box • John W. Brady • Anthony N. Brannon, Jr. • Alexander 
R. Breyer • William F. Bridgeforth • Kinch Exum Brister • 
Daniel W. Brown • Jack B. Brown • Robert S. Brown • 



Wilham H. Brown, Il|^« George Bryan 
Sammie Burrel^ imp' James M. Butler 







• Preston D. Cai^ 

• John W. Covingi 
Thomas F. Gr 

• Michael J. C 
wees • David 
Lucius D. Edwards 

Delma L. Entiekin 

• Frank W. Flana 
Travis W. Gilland 

• Russel Grossnickli 

• Ira E. Hamblin 
Thomas F. Harper • 
Tom C. Henderson, Jr. 

James H. Hinton • 

• Randolph M. Holder 

• Harry H. Holt on 

• Glarence R. Hughes 
Jr. • James Harvey Johnson 
Johnston • Archie H. Jones 



James Earl Ghandler 
Thomas Z. Crews 
John J. Crosby • 



James Sidney Burns 
James W. Campbell 
• Ernest A. Clark 
• Harry T. Critz 
Jabe William GuUen 



r. • Richard F. Dean • Cecil D. De- 
wdell, Jr • Charles E. Downing, Jr. • 
ohn A. EUard, Jr. • R. L. Embry, Jr. o 
Harold W. Ervin • William W. Farris, Jr. 
•I Jack Fletcher • Malcolm W. Gary • 
alter M. Gregory • Millard L. Grimes, Jr. 
v« Neil L. Hackett, Jr. • Billy Earl Hales 
don Hanks • Oscar L. Hardy • 
EugSfc^P^. Harris • James P. Hartness • 

ek T. Henry • Olyn H. Hill • 
Benjair(M»i^| Hobbs • Emmett F. Hogue 

• T^Uf^iCiL. rHollis • James D. Holloman 

• Wade J^^^rn • Leon Q. Hoxie, Jr. 

• Robert ^^Vlksb^l^ • William T. Jacks, 

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James Dalton t;^T^.^ •^fcichn Paul 






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Charles M. Lovitt, Jr. 
• John C. 



Jones • Willard I. Keary 

• James W. Kitching • 
• WiUiam P. Lancaster 

• Eugene B. Lanier, Jr. 
Jr. • Mack Loposer • 
Lyle • Fred M. Maldin 
McBee, Jr. • Floyd McDaniel • Goo 

• Alva McEwen, Jr. • John FrankHn Mc 
Whorter • George R. Mitchell • Howar 
R. Mitchell • William E. Mitchell e Elzid 
Murphy • LesHe F. Myers • Eldridge 
Page • James H. Parker • Fisher A. Pat 
der • Paul Edwin Perkins • Paul Pitner 

• WiUiam Jesse Prichard • Howard C. Rai: 
mon • Curtis A. Reese • Walter Rogers 

• Henry Q. Saucier • Fred Carr Scales 
• Henry W. Shurlds, Jr. • James L. Simnifm's' 

mons • Wendell M. Simmons • Leslie O. Skipper • Francis 
Peter Smith • Gilmer P. Smith • W^ia^pSRay Sneed • A. B. 
Stubbs • Warren W. Sullivan • Wal^m^Tadlock • David H. 
Tandy • Henry F. Tatum • Jack k-^y^m • James O. Thomas 

• Victor Thomason • E. H. Touey; • Richard S. Topp • 
James W. Tucker • Thomas NjTum^ • Robert A. Upshur • 

Fred J. Walley • Fisher V\^j/^i^» Wilham D. Weaver • 
William Roy West • Johj^ S^^^*^^* * ^^"^ Whitaker • 
Charles Dudley White • j^a^fifiaward White • Walter K. Wilbra- 
ham • William R./ S. Wilburn • 
H. Wilkinson i^ E]^^ '^^^ffiams, Jr. 
drew WQi?d^P«,^^!)^^Byrd Wright. 




Lyle Vern Lane 
• Felix B. Long, 
« Charles Lewis 
r. • Dudley G. 
lUiam McElroy 

Vivian B. Mc- 

tchell • James 

ize • Clifford 

• Dewitt T. 

Charles A. Pen- 

ernal B. Presley 

Ira Bruce Red- 
dwin A. Russell 
alph D. Sherwood 
• James R. Sim- 




William M. Wilder 
• W. L. Williamson 



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During the past few years the REVEILLE 
has endeavored to present a colorful pic- 
ture portraying the activities and devel- 
opment of some section of the College. 
This year the emphasis has been placed 
upon the phenomenal expansion of the 
College as a whole. 

More housing-more classroom facilities 
-increased curricula -efficient registra- 
tion of thousands-increased hundreds of 
papers to grade -these headaches and 
thousands more like them -whose are 
they? Who has to cope with the infinite 
number of problems involved in making 
the College operate? How are those 
problems solved? 

In these pages we present Mississippi 
State, the men on and behind the scenes 
of her functioning as an Institution of 
Higher Learning. 





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ZIL GDVERNDR 



When the people of Mississippi were saddened by the 
death of Thomas L. Bailey, quiet, courteous, Lieutenant- 
Governor Fielding L. Wright assumed ofHce as their Gov- 
ernor. In these few .short months he has proved himself 
to be a wise leader, a capable governor, and a true friend 
of Mississippi State College Students. 

The Reveille, on behalf of the Student Body, extends 
sincere thanks to Governor Wright for his interest and 
service to the College and State. 



BDAHD of TRUSTEES 

The Board of Trustees of the Institutions of Higher 
Learning of Mississippi has final authority to elect the heads 
of the various Institutions of Higher Learning, all adminis- 
trative employees, the deans, and all other members of the 
instructional staffs. Theirs is the power to decide all im- 
portant issues affecting the Colleges. 

This year, as in the past, the Board has shown an inter- 
ested and cooperative attitude toward Mississippi State, a 
nd the Reveille is proud to express the appreciation of all 
State Students for this splendid spirit. 



Governor Fielding L. Wright 



Martin B. Miller, 
J. O. Emmerich 
H. M. Ivy 
J. G. Prichard 
R. B. Smith, Jr. 
J. W. Backstorm 
Reece D. McLendon 
Mrs. Janie R. Taylor 



MEMBERS 
Chairman E. R. Jobe, Executive Secretary 

R. N. Henley 
Mrs. Hazel P. Lee 
R. W. Reed 
Ransom Aldrich 
Means Johnston 
J. W. Savage 
W. C. Wells 
Paul H. Bov\t)re 




DL PRESIDENT 



Dr. Fred Tom Mitchell, Graduate of Missis- 
sippi State College, returned last year to 
assume the highest position of the College. 
Through his guidance Mississippi State has 
expanded its facilities at a rapid rate in order 
to accomodate the large number of returning 
servicemen, as well as to continue to provide 
for the regular flow of students. Since his 
arrival, Dr. Mitchell has grown in prestige 
and esteem with each new day. Both Students 
and Faculty have recognized his qualities as 
a leader as well as a sincere and friendly 
counselor. 




Dr. Fred T. Mitchell 



THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE to tL SENIORS 



In years past, graduating students have been admonished to become responsible citizens of the State and Nation, 
but our horizons have been broadened, and you now go forth to become citizens of both our great country and of 
the world. 

There is so much to be done that you may be inclined to resign yourself to the "inevitable atomic holocaust" 
predicted by many outstanding leaders of the day. On the other hand, the complexities brought on by this New Age 
are accompanied by undreamed-of potentialities for improved hving. Your attitudes and actions will determine in 
which direction these new forces will be channeled— towards a better life, or death. 

In order to meet the challenges presented by the problems of your generation, you must have Faith! It was faidi 
coupled with courage which led to the development of this nation-and that combination is unbeatable. Faith is the 
keynote of a better world-faith in yourself, faith in your fellow-man, and faith in your God. 

As you leave this institution. Senior of 1947, you are confronted with a choice; and as you find your place for which 
your education and training here has prepared you, I hope you will choose wisely and assume unhesitatingly your 
role as an inteUigent, energetic, and courageous Citizen of the World. 



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Dr. William Flowers Hand 



. . . THE 



DR. HAND 

Dr. Hand, one of the most beloved per- 
sonalities in Mississippi State history, has 
been connected with the College for well 
over half a century. He serves as Vice- 
President of the College, and his cheery 
"Hi, Boy!" is a boon to everyone on the 
campus. An internationally renowned sci- 
entist, Dr. Hand is now retired from active 
work in the chemical laboratory, but he 
may be seen daily browsing around the 
Chemistry Building. 





MR. HILBUN 

A great capacity for work, a heartfelt in- 
terest in Student affairs, and one of the 
friendliest of personalities are outstanding 
characteristics of Mr. Ben Hilbun, Registrar 
of Mississippi State and President of the 
Board of Publications. With thousands of 
Students in school, and thousands waiting 
to be admitted, Mr. Ben has done an amaz- 
ing job of registration the past year. His 
sincerity and wise counsel make Mr. Ben 
one of the most popular luen on tlie 
campus. 



Mr. Ben Hilbun 



ADMINISTRATION 



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Major I. D. Sessums 



MAJOR SESSUMS 

Another man entwined in the his- 
tory of Mississippi State for over fifty 
years in Major I. D. Sessums, Dean of 
Men and Head of Student Personnel. 
"The Major" has had one of the tough- 
est jobs on the Campus the past year 
in being responsible for campus hous- 
ing of Students. A fair disciplinarian, 
a gentleman always, Major Sessums is 
an outstanding personahty to all who 
know him. 



ADMINISTRATION 



MR. MALLDRY 

Mr. L. F. Mallory, Comptroller of 
Mississippi State, is charged with the 
responsibility of balancing the College 
budget and handling receipts and dis- 
bursements. A State graduate and an 
outstanding accovmtant, Mr. Mallory 
has done an excellent job of keeping 
State's records "in the black" this 
year. 



Mr. L. F. Mallory 



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DEAN S. P. BRDDKS 

To Dean B. P. Brooks, Dean of the School 
of Education and Director of Instruction, 
goes much credit for the expansion of 
Mississippi State's curricula. In his years 
as Dean he has greatly advanced the stand- 
ing of his department. 

Capable, conscientious, and efficient in 
carrying out the duties of his office. Dean 
Brooks is a popular and esteemed man at 
State. 



DEAN HERBERT DRENNEN 

Dean of the Graduate School and Pro- 
fessor of English, Dr. Herbert Drennon also 
serves on the Board of Publications. His 
understanding of Student problems and his 
eagerness to help have made him a well- 
liked man at State. 

Dr. Drennon is a brilliant lecturer, a keen 
literary analyst, and a competent Dean, and 
his efforts toward bettering the Graduate 
School have been rewarded. 



DEAN L. L. PATTERSON 

Dean L. L. Patterson, head of Mississippi 
State's largest school, the School of Engi- 
neering, serves also as the Head of the De- 
partment of Electrical Engineering. His 
untiring efforts have led to the college's de- 
veloping highly quahfied engineers, and his 
steadiness and efficiency have made him 
respected and admired by all who know 
him. 



DEANS AT STATE... 







The School of Business and Industry 



The Cafeteria 




THE DEANS AT 




STATE 



DEAN R C WEAMS 

After four years spent in the Navy, Dean 
R. C. Weems, returned this year to take up 
his duties as Dean of the School of Business 
and Industry. He has ah-eady initiated a 
program to streamHne the curriculum as 
well as to broaden it considerably. 

A popular and engaging personality, 
Dean Weems has shown a keen interest in 
Student welfare and a heartfelt duty to his 
Alma Mater. 



DEAN CLAY LYLE 

Dr. Clay Lyle, rounding out his second 
year as Dean of the School of Science, has 
distinguished himself as a friendly, sincere 
administrator and a capable and efficient 
analyst. He is well-liked by all his Students 
for his sympathetic understanding of their 
problems. 



DEAN FRANK A. WELCH 

A zealous worker, a wonderful coordi- 
nator, Dr. Frank J. Welch has been very 
successful in his first year as Dean of Missis- 
sippi State's highly-ranked School of Agri- 
culture. He devotes all his tremendous 
energies to the advancement of his school 
and the College. A friend to all. Dr. Welch 
is a great asset to Mississippi State. 




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D. W. Aiken, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Head of Department of Industrial Education. 

Henry V. Allen, Jr., B.S., M.S., Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering. 

W. S. Anderson, B.S., M.S., Professor of Horticulture, and Head of Dept. of Horticulture. 

William H. Barnard, B.S., M.A., Ed.D., Associate Professor of Education. 

F. S. Batson, M.S., Professor Ornamental Horticulture. 

John K. Bettersworth, A.B., Ph.D., Associate Professor of History. 

Roy G. Bigelow, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Adult Education. 

Hazel M. Black, B.A., M.A., Associate Professor of Elementary Education. 

John L. Bowers, B.S., M,?., Associate Professor of Horticulture. 

T. T. Brackin, B.A., M.A., Associate Professor of English. 

Gordon K. Bryan, B.A., M.A., Associate Professor of Government. 

George W. Carroll, A.B., Associate Professor of Chemistry. 



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FACULTY 



Robert T. Clapp, B.A., M.F., Associate Professor of Forestry. 

Harry L. Cole, B.A., M.A., Assistant Professor of English. 

Ernest Bert Colmer, B.S., M.S., Associate Dean of School of Agriculture. 

Foster B. Duggan, B.S., M.S., Assistant Professor of Horticulture. 

Paul H. Dunn, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Geology and Geography. 

Felix E. Edwards, B.S., M.S., Associate Professor of Agricultural Engineering. 

Franklin S. Edwards, B.S., M.S., Assistant Professor of Aeronautical Engineering. 

Alfred Clayton Ellis, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Business Administration. 

M. P. Etheredge, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry, State Chemist. 

William J. Evans, B.S., M.S., Acting Professor of Government. 

Mathew Livingston Freeman, B.S., M.S., Head of Drawing Department. 

A. W. Garner, B.S., Ph.M., Professor of History. 

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Malcolm G. Gray, B.S., M.B.A., Instructor of Business Administration. 
G. D. Green, B.S., M.S., Assistant Professor of Agronomy. 
Newt Hamlin, B.S., M.A., Associate Professor of English. 

F. H. Herzer, B.S., M.S., Professor of Dairy Manufacturing. 

Alester G. Holmes, Jr., B.S., M.S., Professo of Mechanical Engineering. 

G. Dale Hoover, B.A., M.S., Ph.D., Professor of Agronomy and Head of Department of Agronomy. 
William C. Howell, B.S., M.S., Professor of Agricultural Engineering. 

R. J. Laird, B.S., M.S., Assistant Professor of Soils Research and Teaching. 
H. H. Levick, B.S., M.S., Professor of Animal Husbandry. 

Oscar H. Little, B.S.C., B.A., M.A., Assistant Professor of Industrial Education. 
W. W. LiTTLEjOHN, A.B., M.A., G.P.A., Associate Professor of Accounting. 
John F. Locke, B.S., M.S., Associate Professor of Botany. 

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FACULTY 



John J. MacAllister, B.A., M.A., Associate Professor of Business Administration and Associate Director of Busi- 
ness Research Study. 

AuGusTiN Magritoer, B.S., M.A., LL.B., Associate Professor of Government. 

V. G. Martin, B.A., M.S., Head Agriculture-Education Department, Professor Agriculture. 

Wilson B. Montgomery, B.S., M.A., Associate Professor of Industrial. 

E. D. Myers, B.S.C.E., M.C.E., C.E., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering. 

Merle W. Myers, B.S., M.A., Associate Professor of Geography. 

Spencer B. Murray, B.S., M.S., Assistant Professor of Mathematics. 

C. K. McClelland, B.S., M.S., Assistant Professor of Agronomy. 

Mathilda K. Newman, Ph.B., M.Ph., Assistant Professor of Education. 

Arthur Ollivier, B.A., M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Mathematics. 

J. P. Overcash, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Horticulture. 

Monty Payne, B.S., M.F., Head Department of Forestry, Research Teaching. 

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C. L. Pell, A.B., M.A., Assistant Professor of Modern Languages. 

C. R. Pettis A.B., B.S., Ph.D., Head Department of Mathematics, Professor of Mathematics. 
Erwin H. Price, Ph.D., Professor of Modern Languages. 

Nannie H. Rice, B.A., M.A., B.S., Librarian. 

Edward G. Roberts, B.S.F., M.F., Assistant Professor of Forestry. 

Thomas A. Rodgers, A.B., M.A., Assistant Professor of Physics. 

Edwin S. Sanders, B.S., M.S., Assistant Professor of Business Administration. 

D. J. Savage, B.A., M.S., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of English. 
James W. Scales, B.S., M.S., D.V.M., Professor of Veterinary Science. 
James F. Scoggins, B.S., M.S., Associate Professor of Agricultural Education. 
Edward F. Scott, B.S., M.A., Assistant Professor of Physics. 

Clyde O. Sheely, B.A., M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Chemistry. 



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FACULTY 



Harry C. Simrall, B.S. in E.E., B.S. in M.E., M.S., Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering. 
Clarence D. Smith, B.A., M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Mathematics. 
Obed L. Snowden, B.S., M.S., Associate Professor of Agricultural Education. 
E. W. Stafford, B.S.A., M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor Zoology and Entomology. 
Robert C. Turner, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of English. 
Harvey B. Vanderford, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Soils. 
Mrs. Jean Y. Vinson, B.S., Librarian, Adult Education Department. 
Thurston Walls, B.A., M.A., Associate Professor of Economics. 
Paul Warttman, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Chemistry. 
Mary Ellen Weathersby, B.S., M.S., Head Homemaking Education Department. 
Felix P. Welch, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Mathematics. 
Robert P. White, Sr., B.S., M.A., Associate Professor of Adult Education. 
N. E. Wilson, B.S., M.A., Associate Professor of Agricultural Education. 

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SCHODL „/ AGRICULTURE 



The School of Agriculture, one of the original schools of the old Mississippi A. & M., includes the following 
departments: Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Administration, Agricultural Engineering, Agronomy, Ani- 
mal Husbandry, Dairy Husbandry, Horticulture, Poultry Husbandry, and Forestry. 

Courses offered in this School are designed to prepare men for the practical affairs of life, for scientific in- 
vestigation in the various fields of agriculture, for teachers in high schools and colleges, for service in the 
United States Department of Agriculture, and for various types of business where an extensive knowledge 
of scientific agriculture will be of great value. 

Instruction in the various departments is divided among field work, classroom, and laboratory. The Experi- 
ment Station and Extension Department provide experimental plots, herds, greenhouse, and poultry plant for 
practical work, and laboratories are available to every department. 

Travelling in great strides, the School of Agriculture is pressing closer and closer to its goal of making better 
agriculturists of Mississippians. 



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SCHQDL o/ENGINEEHING 



The School of Engineering, established in 1880, oflEers one of the most comprehensive courses in the engi- 
neering sciences available in the South. Students may choose Mechanical, Electrical, Aeronautical, or Civil Engi- 
neering as a major field of study. 

Now the largest School of the College, The School of Engineering is under the direction of Dean L. L. Pat- 
terson. Modern laboratory equipment is available for use by all departments, and the School is accredited by the 
Engineer's Council for Professional Development. 




THE SCHDDL o/BUSINESS 
AND INDUSTRY . . . 



With the more rapid advent of industry and "Big Business" to Mississippi, The School of Business and In- 
dustry has grown and become more important each year. Now it is the second largest School of the College, and 
its efficiency has resulted in its graduates' being very successful in finding positions in the field of Business. 

The oldest college school of business in the state and one of the oldest in the South, the School of Business 
and Industry offers professional training in Accounting, Banking, Insurance, Merchandising, Production Manage- 
ment, General Business, Commercial Aviation, Secretarial Science, Public Administration, and Institutional 
Management. Guest speakers, a special hbrary, and well-equipped laboratories add to the classroom work. 

High standards that speak of better businessmen for Mississippi are embodied in the School of Business and 
Industry, and its service to the community is far-reaching. 







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THE SCHOOL of SCIENCE 



The School of Science, since its organization in 1903, has been recognized as one of the best of its kind. The 
curricukmi permits the planning of major study in Mathematics, the Physical Sciences, the Biological Sciences, 
the Social Sciences, and Languages. Besides studies for the degree of Bachelor of Science, the School grants 
shorter, special objective courses, such as pre-medical, pre-dental, and pre-clinical training. 

Since the retirement of Dr. Hand as Dean in 1945, Dr. Clay Lyle has supervised the School of Science. The 
School becomes more widely recognized every day, and its efficiency is a tribute to the College and to 
Mississippi. 



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THE SCHOOL <,/ EDUCATION 



The program of the School of Education has been designed to give the greatest contribution to the social 
and economic welfare of Mississippians that the full utilization of the resources and facilities of Mississippi 
State College will afford. The School, under the supervision of Dean B. P. Brooks, offers studies in the Depart- 
ments of Adult Education, Agricultural Education, Industrial Education, General Education, and Physical 
Education. 

With its comprehensive ti-aining of teachers and its Extension Service the School of Education is of great 
benefit to the peojole of Mississippi. 



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THE GRADUATE BCHDDL 



The Graduate School offers courses leading to the degree of Master of Science in such fields of study and in- 
vestigation as are distinctly within the land-grant program of higher education, for example, in the Natural 
Sciences, Agriculture, Business and Industry, and Education. 

Dean Herbert Drennon is Head of the School, and with the assistance of the Graduate Committee, he has suc- 
ceeded in estabhshing high standards within the School. 

UtiHzation of the College's library facihties, laboratories, land, hvestock, experiment stations, plus the well 
balanced curriculum, makes for well-trained graduates. Thus, the Graduate School joins the other schools of 
Mississippi State College in serving the commonwealth. 




The Student Body of Mississippi State 
College — more than Three Thousand 
Strong, these sons and daughters of 
Mississippi work and play together, 
always striving to better their Alma 
Mater. 

More than three-fourths veterans, this 
Student Body is unique in its serious- 
mindedness, its thirst for knowledge. 
Aware of what world conflict can mean 
to the Commonwealth of Nations, these 
men and women seek the preventative 
measures for war through Education. 
The REVEILLE proudly presents THE 
SENIORS and THE UNDERCLASSES. 




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Senior Class Officers: Left to right: Thomas K. "Pete" Griffis, 

President, Charlotte Taktt, Life Secretary, Bill Humphries, 

Vice-President, J. C. Christian, Secretary-Treasurer. 



THE SENIOR CLASS 



Once more the pages allotted to the Senior Class enclose members of three graduating classes. The termina- 
tion of the war brought back a number of students at the initiation of each semester. Most of these students 
did not enroll at Mississippi State at the same time, but each of them has tried during his four-year tenureship 
to make this college the most outstanding in the South. 

Graduating in this class are some of the most outstanding students ever to attend this institution. They 
entered Mississippi State because they knew that it was a great school. Their efforts and leadership have 
helped keep it in that category. Some of them have excelled in athletics, some in scholarship, some in leader- 
ship, some in service. 

They came here in prior years as individuals, but they are leaving as a group-a group that has learned to 
work together, play together, strive together. 

They have made a better Mississippi State. They now go forth to mold a better State of Mississippi. 



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Evan B. Allen, Jr., Business, Forest 

Thomas J. Abraham, Engineering, Vicksburg 

Edwin C. Aldridge, Engineering, Jackson, SPE, Phi Eta Sigma, 
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Y. M. C. A. Council, 1, 2, 3, 4 

Chester Ammons, Engineering, Jackson, ATO, Secretary-Treas- 
urer, Freshman Y. M. C. A. Council, Student Council 2, 
Dance Committee 3, Colonel Club, Vice-President ATO 3, 
Secretary-Treasurer AIEE 4 

Thomas J. Anderson, Agriculture, Decatur, Agriculture Ad- 
ministration Club 

William D. Andrews, Business, Greenville, KA 

Harold Angelo, Business, Edwards, Phi Kappa Tau, Editor of 
REFLECTOR, Blue Key, Phi Eta Sigma, President Omicron 
Theta, Omicron Theta Cup, Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities, Chi Lambda Rho, Omega Delta Kappa, 
Dance Committee '43, '46, LF.C. Secretary in '43, 
Phi Kappa Tau President and Vice-President, Most Versatile 
'46-'47 Who's Who, State's Players, Colonel Club, Associate 
Editor '47 Reveille, Y. M. C. A. Councils and Cabinet 

Paul A. Antoon, Engineering, Greenwood, 1492 Club, President 
Maroon Band 2, Vice-President 4, Newman Club 

B. L. Arnold, Agriculture, Oxford, Secretary-Treasurer Agronomy 
Club, Agriculture Club, Alpha Zeta 

James F. Atkinson, Jr., Engineering, Satartia, Phi Eta Sigma, 
B.S.U. President, Vice-President Reporter, Y. M. C. A. Cabi- 
net, Agricultural Engineering Club, Danforth Scholarship, 
Track 

John E. Bagwell, Education, Sarepta, Graduate Northwest 
Mississippi Junior College, Rod & Reel Club, President 
Camera Club 

Nona Wayne Baker, Business, Corinth 

Charles C. Barber, Science, Moss Point 

Joseph G. Barber, Engineering, Moss Point 

Butler C. Barksdale, Agriculture, Blytlieville, Arkansas, Agri- 
culture Club, Block and Bridle Club Reporter, Vice-President 
Junior Class 

Roy M. Barnes, Science, Belzoni, Kappa Sigma 

Arden D. Barnett, Education, Center 

Christine Barrett, Education, McCool 

Bryan Baker, Jr., Agriculture, Grenada, Agriculture Club 2, 3, 
4, Block & Bridle Club 3, 4 



William Moore Beasly, Agriculture, Jackson, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Secretary Student Association, Student Council, student 
manager football, basketball and baseball teams, Inter-Fra- 
ternity Council, Vice-President Agronomy Club, Who's Who 
in American Colleges & Universities 

Calvin B. Behr, Engineering, Carlisle, A.S.M.E. 

Richard Thomas Benton, Agriculture, Mendenhall, A.S.A.E., 
President Baptist Student Executive Council 

Belton E. Berry, Education, Pontotoc, Secretary Collegiate FFA 
Chapter 

Mac a. Bigelow, Business, State College, Sigma Chi 

Ernest N. Bishop, Education, Louin, Alpha Tau Alpha, Third 
Vice-President Baptist Student Union Council, Group Cap- 
tain, Ray Baptist Training Union, Worship Committee, Y. M. 
C. A., Future Farmers of America, Collegiate Chapter 

MoLENE Blackwell, Education, Mathiston 

Eugene F. Bledsoe, Jr., Business, Memphis, Tennessee, "M" 
Club, Baseball, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Southeastern Con- 
ference basketball team 1943 

Joel D. Branscome, Agriculture, Tieplant, President of Agri- 
cultural Club, Vice-President, Alpha Zeta, President Block 
& Bridle Club, Sear's Scholarship Club 

Joseph T. Brent, Agriculture, McComb 

Victor Broom, Education, Sumrall, Collegiate Chapter FFA. 
B. S. U. Council 



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Allen Jr. 

Abraham 

Aldridge 

Ammons 

Anderson 



Andrews 
Angelo 
Antoon 
Arnold 
Atkinson, Jr. 



Bag'well 

Baker 

Barber 

Barber 

Barksdale 



Barnes 
Barnett 
Barrett 
Baker, Jr. 
Beasly 



Behr 

Benton 

Berry 

BiGELOW 

Bishop 



Black WELL 
Bledsoe, Jr. 
Branscome 
Brent 
Broom 





V. Lavern Brown, Agriculture, Montpelier, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
President 2, Vice-President 3; Y. Cabinet 1; Inter-Fraternity 
Council President 3; Phi Eta Sigma President 2; Alpha Zeta, 
3, 4; Dairy Club Vice-President; Borden Scholarship Award 4 

James Russell Bryson, Education, Guntown, Alpha Tau Alpha, 
Collegiate FFA Chapter, Sear's Scholarship Club 

Don Bucci, Engineering, Vicksburg, American Society of Civil 
Engineers, Newman Club 

William Andy Bullard, Education, Sarepta, Alpha Tau Alpha, 
FFA 

DwiGHT BuLLEN, Engineering, Fayette 

Samuel M. Burke, Engineering, Marianna, Arkansas, Y. M. C. A. 
Council, A.I.E.E. 

John E. Burnett, Agriculture, Laurel, General Agriculture Club, 
Agriculture Administration Club, Forestry 

Edwin E. Burt, Graduate, Biloxi 

Ray R. Cannada, Agriculture, Edwards, Kappa Alpha, Alpha 
Zeta 

Oscar Carmichael, Education, Carmichael, Alpha Zeta, Alpha 
Tau Alpha, FFA, Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities 

John T. Carter, Education, Maben 

Newton Carver, Agriculture, Minter City, Sigma Pi, Y. M. C. A. 

1, 2; Secretary Sigma Pi 2; Phi Eta Sigma, Colonel Club, 
Agriculture Club 1, 2; Inter-Fraternity Council 2, Alpha Zeta 

Richard E. Cassels, Business, La Grange, Illinois, Phi Gamma 
Delta, Accounting Club 

Robert J. Champion, Jr., Business, Belzoni, Pi Kappa Alpha, 

President Accounting Club 

Robert Bennie Channell, Education, Gallman 

Hubert T. Christian, Education, Tupelo 



J. C. Christian, Education, Egypt, Student Council, Sec- 
retary-Treasurer Senior Class, President Senior Y Council, 
Chairman Forum Discussion Committee 

Clarence G. Clark, Education, Seminary, Alpha Tau Alpha, 
F.F.A. 

MuRRELL Taylor Clark, Business, Shannon, Accounting Club 

Willie D. Clifton, Education, Fulton 

George S. Cole, Agriculture, Cumberland, A.S.A.E. 

Thomas Benjamin Conger, Agriculture, Boyle 

Sammie F. Cook, Agriculture, Leakesville, Dairy Club 

Elbert Corley Education, Okolona 

Frank E. Cotton, Jr., Engineering, Corinth, YMCA Council, 
A.I.E.E. 

Samuel B. Cowan, Engineering, Grenada, Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Elliott K. Cowand, Business, Bay St. Louis, Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Ray D. Cox, Business, Charleston 

William A. Cox, Business, Columbus, Sigma Pi 

Willis C. Grouch, Business, Starkville 



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Burnett 
Burt 
Cannada 
Carmichael 



Carter 
Carver 
Cassels 
Champion, Jr. 
Channell 



Christian 

Christian 

Clark 

Clark 

Clifton 



Cole 

Conger 

Cook 

CORLEY 

Cotton, Jr. 



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Co\\'AND 

Cox 
Cox 
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Edward W. Custer, Agriculture, Holly Springs, Alpha Zeta, 
President Dairy Club, Agriculture Club 

John H. Dale, Agriculture, Hattiesburg, Agriculture Club, Horti- 
culture Club, President 4, Alpha Zeta 

William F. Dale, Jr., Business, Ocean Springs 

William Thomas Dalton, Science, Louisville, Phi Kappa Alpha, 
Inter-Fraternity 

James Albert Darnell, Agriculture, Meridian, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Alpha Zeta 

James T. Davis, Education, New Albany, Alpha Tau Alpha, 
Agriculture Club, FFA 

John P. Davis, Business, Jackson, Accounting Club 

Neal S. Davis, Agriculture, Lumberton, Sigma Pi 

Augustine Day, Education, Vicksburg 

Richard D. Day, Engineering, Memphis, Alpha Tau Omega, "M" 
Club, A.S.M.E. 

Walter Lawerence Deen, Agriculture, Hattiesburg, Sigma Phi 
Epsilon, Agriculture Club, Agriculture Administration Club, 
YMCA Cabinet, REFLECTOR Staff 

Walter M. DeLoach, Business, Kosciusko, Kappa Sigma 

William H. Denman, Business, Brookhaven 

Thomas N. Dent, Engineering, Jackson, Southernaires 3, 4 

William E. Dent, Business, Jackson 

C. S. Draughn, Agriculture, Richton, Alpha Zeta, Agriculture 
Club, Agriculture Administration Club 

William W. Drinkwater, Education, Meridian, Sigma Chi 

Charles B. Duke, Jr., Agriculture, Oakland, Agriculture Club, 
Block & Bridle Club Treasurer 

Marshall F. Duncan, Business, Jackson, Accounting Club 

Gene B. Eason, Education, Marks, Sigma Pi, Treasurer 3; ^'ice- 
President Sigma Pi 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3 



C. C. Edwards, Agriculture, Bruce 

Eula C. Elliott, Business, Laurel, Zeta Tau Alpha, Treasurer 
3; YMCA Cabinet 1, 2, 3; REFLECTOR Staff 3; Reveille 
4; Dance Committee 4 

D. D. Everett, Education, Mendenhall 

D D. Ferguson, Agriculture, Bruce, Agriculture Club, Agronomy 
Club 

Robert W. Ferguson, Jr., Business, Florance, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Commerce Club, Freshman Track 

Charles Nelson Flake, Agriculture, Chunky, Agriculture Club, 
Block & Bridle Club, Poultry Science Club 

D B. Floyd, Education, Sardis, Sigma Phi Epsilon, "M" Club, 
Football 2, 3, Alternate Captain 3, Basketball 3, Blue Key, 
Omicron Delta Kappa, Vice-President YMCA 2, Who's Who 
in American Colleges and Universities, President Sigma Phi 
Epsilon 

Burnell Foley, Business, Laurel 

David L. Foresman, Business, Creenville, Maroon Band, "1492" 
Club, Southernaires 

Ralph D. Fokd, Agriculture, Cotton Plant 



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Draughn 
Drinkwater 
Duke, Jr. 
Duncan 
Eason 



Edwards 
Elliott 

E\'ERETT 

Ferguson 
Ferguson, Jr. 







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Hilton Wayne Fornea, Agriculture, Poplarville 

Irma Anne Fortune, Science, Mayhew, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, 
Beta Beta Beta 

James D. Foutch, Business, Cookeville, Tennessee, Sigma Pi 
President 4; Inter-Fraternity Council 4 

Jack Francis, Business, Amory, Pi Kappa Alpha, Blue Key, ODK, 
Business Manager REFLECTOR, Colonels Club, President; 
Student Association, Vice-President, Secretary-Treasurer; 
Who's Who in American Colleges & Universities 

Carlos I. Fulton, Education, Macon 

Jack H. Furman, Engineering, Starkville, A.S.M.E. 

Gene H. Gates, Business, Crystal Springs, Kappa Alpha, Cheer- 
leader 3, Inter-Fraternity Council 

CoRiNNE R. George, Education, Fulton 

John H. George, Education, Mantee, FFA, YMCA, Agriculture 
Club 

Charles J. Germany, Engineering, Dixon 

Earlton Gibbes, Education, Learned, Alpha Tau Omega, Men's 
Glee Club, YMCA Cabinet, Comrades Class, Westmmster 
Fellowship, Senior "Y" Council, PTK 

George W. Gilliam, Education, Myrtle, Alpha Tau Alpha, FFA 

Kathleen Gillis, Business, Sturgis 

Allen W. Glisson, Education, Mize, Alpha Tau Alpha, FFA 

William W. Glover, Agriculture, Baldwyn, Alpha Zeta 

Clifton B. Godbold, Agriculture, Heathman, Phi Kappa Tau, 
Agricultural Club, Agricultural Administration Club 

EnwARD H. GoLLOME, Busiuess, Kosciusko 

Jesse R. Goza, Jr., Science, Macon 

Felix Green, Education, Starkville 



John B. Gregory, Engineering, Zama 

Jack G. Griffin, Agriculture, Decatur, Alpha Zeta, ASAE 

Thomas K. Griffis, Business, Philadelphia, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Freshman Director of Commerce Club, Commerce Club (2); 
Maroon Band; Treasurer, Alpha Tau Omega; President, Alpha 
Tau Omega; Reveille Staff (2); Business Manager, 
Reveille; REFLECTOR Staff; President, Inter-Fraternity 
Council- Treasurer, Senior Y Council; President, Senior Class; 
Omicron Theta; Blue Key; Chi Lambda Rho, Vice-President 

David W. Gunnell, Education, Boguechitto, Poultry Club 3, 
FFA 4 

Millard Shelton Gunnell, Education, Ruth, FFA 

Frank Wyatt Gwin, Jr., Agriculture, Tchula, Pi Kappa Alpha 

Sam Hailey, Agriculture, Hickory, Pi Kappa Alpha, Business 
Manager, REFLECTOR 

Sheila Hester Hall, Business, Eupora, Chi Omega, Varsity 
Club, Reveille Staff 4, Coed Parade in Mis-A-Sip 

B. D. Hamer, Agriculture, Kilmicheal 

William C. Hamilton, Agriculture, New Albany 

Ann R. Hammons, Education, Wesson 



hots of loatermelon! 





FORNEA 

FORTXJNE 

FOUTCH 

Francis 
Fulton 



FURMAN 

Gates 
R. George 
H. George 
Germany 



GlBBES 

Gilliam 

GiLLIS 

Glisson 
Glover 



Godbold 

GOLLOME 

Goza, Jr. 

Green 

Gregory 




Griffin 
Griffis 
W. Gunnell 
S. Gunnell 
Gwix, Jr. 



Hailey 
Hall 
Hamer 
Hamilton 
R. Hammons 



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Ray O. Hammons, Agriculture, Wesson, Alpha Zeta, Agronomy 
Club, President 4, Agriculture Club 3, 4, Who's Who in 
American Colleges & Universities 4 

Steve R. Harman, Education, Smithville, REFLECTOR, Editor- 
in-Chief 3, Columnist 4, Sigma Pi, President 3, Omicron 
Theta, President 3, Vice-President 3, Varsity Club, Business 
Manager 1, President 3, International Relation Club, Mis-A- 
Sip, Exchange Editor, APO, Inter-fraternity Council, State 
Players, YMCA Executive Council, YMCA Cabinet, Reveille 
Editorial Staff, Alpha Phi Omega, Winner of the Omicron 
Theta Trophy 4, The Philadelphia Award 2, 3, 4 

James Lovic Harris, Jr., Business, Macon, Kappa Alpha, Phi 
Eta Sigma 1 

Jeff Williams Harris, Engineering, Jackson, Kappa Sigma 

Keith R. Harris, Agriculture, Holly Springs 

Robert A. Harris, Education, Tunica, Kappa Alpha Senior "Y" 
Council, REFLECTOR Staff 

Vernon C. Harris, Agriculture, Flora 

Wayne E. Harris, Education, Etta, American Legion, FFA 

J. W. Haskins, Education, Philadelphia 

Uluse L. Hearn, Engineering, Laurel, Tau Beta Pi, AIEE 

Henry Burkett Hedgepeth, Education, Monticello, Alpha Tau 
Alpha, FFA, YMCA 

James T. Hemphill, Business, Summit, Maroon Band, President 
4, Collegians Leader 3, 4 

George P. Hendhick, Business, Jackson, Pi Kappa Alpha, YMCA 
Cabinet, Junior "Y" Council 

Grace Henry, Education, Starkville, Maroon Band 1, 2, 3, 
I Omicron Theta, Reveille Staff 3 

Homer Hicks, Science, West Point, Alpha Tau Omega, Cheer- 
leader 4, Best Dancer in Who's Who Contest 4 

Ralph L. Hicks, Engineering, Tupelo, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Secretary, PHS, KME, Secretary, TBP, Secretary, "Y" 
Council 

Harold G. Hillebert, Agriculture, Canton, Alpha Tau Omega 

Maurice Hill, Agriculture, Tupelo, Pi Kappa Alpha, Agri- 
cultural Administration Club 



Henry Park Hiteh, Agriculture, Merigold 

Joseph W. Holloman, Engineering, Lexington, Alpha Tau 
Omega, AIEE, President 

Hugh A. Howard, Education, Middlesboro, Alpha Tau Omega 

Thomas H. Howell, Agriculture, Howison, Theta Xi; Agri- 
cultural Club; Forestry Club, Agricultural Economics Club 

Hugh H. Hudson, Engineering, Starkville, Sigma Chi, Magister 
2 Who's Who Among Students in American Universities 
and Colleges, IFC 3, 4, ASCE, Vice-President 

David C. Hull, Business, Louisville 

Bill J. Humphries, Agriculture, Louisville, Student Council 3, 
4, Agricultural Administration Club, Vice-President, YMCA 
Council, Vice-President of Freshman Class 

Clifton D. Hunter, Agriculture, Lucedale, Agricultural Eco- 
nomics Club, President 4 

Frank Thomas Jackson, Business, Starkville, Sigma Chi 

W. L. Jackson, Agriculture, Moorhead, Sigma Chi 

Curtis H. James, Jr., Education, Grenada, Sigma Pi, Alpha Zeta, 
Alpha Tau Alpha, Vice-President, Collegiates, FFA, Treas- 



Andrew W. Jobe, Education, Corinth 



'Watching the Parade. 





O. Hammons 
Hahman 
Harris, Jr. 
W. Harris 
K. Harris 



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A. Harris 
C. Harris 
E. Harris 
Haskins 
Hearn 



Hedgepeth 
Hemphill 
Hendrick 
Henry 
H. Hicks 



L. Hicks 

Hillebert 

Hill 

HiTER 

Holloman 



Howard 

Howell 

Hudson 

Hull 

Humphries 



Hunter 
T. Jackson 
L. Jackson 
James, Jr. 

JOBE 



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Marion Guy Johnson, Science, Hattiesburg 

Sara (Betty) Johnson, Education, State College, Chi Omega, 
Senior "Y" Council, Vice-President, "Y" Publicity Committee 
Chairman, Glee Club, Band 

William Clarke Johnston, Jr., Business, Nettleton 

L. C. Jones, Business, Pelahatchie, American Legion 

Mary Frances Jones, Science, Starkville, Chi Omega, Alpha 
Epsilon Delta, Secretary, Beta Beta Beta 

Whitney B. Jones, Business, Macon 

Walter E. Keenan, Agriculture, Brookhaven, BBB, Agricultural 
Club 

Hardy J. Keith, Agricultural Education, Walnut 

James H. Kenna, Agriculture, Jackson, Ereshman Danforth 
Scholarship, Colonel Club, Vice-President, Sophomore "Y" 
Council, President, "Y" Executive Council, "Y" Cabinet, 
Senior "Y" Council, Alpha Tau Omega, Secretary, BSU 
Council, President Student Association, Who's Who in 
American College & Universities, Blue Key, Secretary, ASAE, 
Secretary 

Emmitt a. Kimbrough, Jr., Agriculture, Leland, Alpha Tau 
Omega, Agricultural Engineering Club, Vice-President, 
Freshman "Y" Council, Sophomore "Y" Council, Junior "Y" 
Council, IFC, Secretary 

Cecile B. King, Business, Vicksburg 

Travis M. King, Education, Prentiss 

Milton Kizer, Business, Booneville 

Orval O. Knowles, Education, Ripley 

William R. Lacey, Science, Kosciusko 

Paul V. Lacoste, Engineering, Bay St. Louis, Kappa Alpha, Beta 
Omicron, ASCE 

Earl J. Lake, Agriculture, Maud, Kappa Alpha 

Marcus D. Lamberth, Agriculture, Corinth 

James D. Lancaster, Agriculture, Pontotoc, Alpha Zeta, Treas- 
urer, Agronomy Club, Agricultural Club 

Travis E. Land, Education, Lodi, FEA 



Russell T. Landrum, Agriculture, Lumberton, Alpha Zeta, Presi- 
dent, Agricultural Club, Secretary 

Clayton R. Leabd, Business, Durant 

James William Lee, Education, Biloxi 

MmiAM LeMaster, Education, Batesville, Colonels Club, 
Reveille Staff, YMCA Council 

Marshall L Levitt, Business, Greenwood, SAM, Vice-President, 
president 3, IFC 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Collegians 1, 4, 
Statesmen 2, Varsity Club, Colonel's Club, Reveille Staff 3 

Ruth Reese Lewis, Business, Starkville 

James Webb Life, Business, RoUing Fork, Sigma Chi, President 
3, IFC 3, IFC, Vice-President 4, Football Manager 3 

Jack Lindsey, Engineering, Laurel, Kappa Sigma 

Samuel Hilary Ltvingston, Jr., Engineering, Columbus, Kappa 
Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, AIEE 

Katherine Loftin, Education, Sylvarena, Senior "Y" Council, 
Senior Executive Council 

Williard Noble Lofton, Business, Hughes, Ark., Sigma Phi 
Epsilon, Colonel's Club, IFC. 

John Rupert Lovelace, Science, Indianola, Pi Kappa Alpha 

Charles Ray Loving, Agriculture, Beauregard 

Nelson J. Lowe, Business, Laurel, Theta Xi, State's Players 

Jack H. Lusk, Agriculture, Maben, Sigma Alpha Epsilon 



I.ct the girls paddle for a ivhile. 





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B. Johnson 
Johnston 

C. Jones 
F. Jones 



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B. Jones 
Keenan 
Keith 
Kenna 
Kimbrough, Jr. 



B. King 
M. King 

KlZER 

Knowles 
Lacey 



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Lake 

Lamberth 

Lancaster 

Land 



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Lovelace 

Loving 

Lo\\"e 

LUSK 



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Leabd 

Lee 

Le Master 

Levitt 



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Life 

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Livingston 

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L. G. Massengill, Education, Smithville, Alpha Tau Alpha, FFA 

Thomas M. Matthews, Agriculture, Forest 

Billy H. Meeks, Agriculture, Schlater, Agricultural Administra- 
tion Club, M Club, Baseball 2, 3 

Mike Mihalic, Education, New Geneva, Pa., M Club, Football 

1, 2, 3, 4 

Lawrence Hugh Miller, Education, Myrtle 

William M. Mingee, Engineering, Ji^ckson, LCA, LCA Sec- 
retary 3, Vice-President 4, YMCA Council 1, 2, 3, 4, A.S.M.E. 

2, 3, 4, IFC 3, Glee Club 4 

Lawrence M. Minor, Agriculture, Memphis, Tenn., Agriculture 
Club, Agriculture Economic Club 

William Jennings Moates, Education, Pascagoula, Football 2, 

3, 4, M Club 

RuBYE L. Moore, Business, Booneville, Glee Club 

Sam R. Moore, Engineering, Jackson, Kappa Alpha, BSU, YMCA, 
ASME 

William L Morris, Agriculture, Memphis, Tenn., Kappa Sigma 

Philip H. Morson, Jr., Business, Union City, Tenn., Alpha Tau 
Omega, YMCA 2, 4, Varsity Club 3, States Players 4, Miss-A- 
Sip 2, REFLECTOR Staff 3, Reveille Staff 4 

Daniel C. Morton, Engineering, Starkville, KME, ASCE, Tau 
Beta Pi 

Charles C. Mullen, Agriculture, Cedartown, Ga., Kappa Sigma 

Raymond A. Mullins, Business, Starkville 

Billy J. Murphy, Education, Siloam Springs, Ark., Football 2, 3, 
4, M Club, Mr. Mississippi State 

Charles E. Murphy, Agriculture, Ocean Springs 

Clemon Murphy, Agriculture Education, Laurel 

William Chester McCarley, Business, Batesville, Kappa Sigma, 
Accounting Club, Treasurer 



John E. McCarty, Agriculture Education, Summerland 

Grady L. McCool, Education, Ethel 

Ira B. McCullen, Business, Amory 

Owen McDade, Education, Indianola, FFA 

Thomas H. McDaniel, Agriculture, Mattson 

C. C. McDonald, Jr., EngHsh, Bay St Louis, ASCE 

Ross E. McDonald, Agriculture Education, Philadelphia, ATA, 
FFA 

John Malvin McElroy, Business, Baldwin, Alpha Tau Omega 

Daniel P. McGowan, Agriculture, Camden, Agriculture Club 3, 
4, Agriculture Administration Club 3, 4, President 4 

George McIngvale, Business, Starksville, Pi Kappa Alpha 

Robert L. McIntosh, Agriculture, Magee 

Lawrence S. McKee, Business, Silver City, Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Richard Charles McKitrick, English, Memphis, Tenn., Sigma 
Nu, ASCE 

Arthur C. McKnight, Jr., Education, Bethlehem, Penn. 

Ernest C. McLaurin, Agriculture, Education, Union, Alpha Tau 
Alpha, FFA 

R. E. McLemore, Jr., Agriculture, Corinth 

That Waikins Smile! 





Massencill 

Matthews 

Meeks 

MlHALIC 
MlLLEU 



MiNGEE 

Minor 

MOATES 

L. Moore 

R. MOOHE 



Morris 

MORSON, Jh. 

Morton 
Mullen 

MULLINS 



f. Murphy 
E. Murphy 
C. Murphy 
McCarley 
McCarty 



McCooL 
McCullen 
McDade 
McDaniel 
McDonald, Ji^. 



McDonald 

McElroy 

McGowAN 

McIngvale 

McIntosh 



McKee 

McKlTHICK 

McKnight. Jr. 
McLaurin 
McLemore, Jr. 





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Clifton D. McLeod, Agriculture, Leaksville 

Ben L. McMillon, Jr., Business, Madison, Sigma Chi, President 
4, IFC, Dance Committee, Reveille Staff, Clii Lambda Rho, 
President 4 

Joseph G. McWilliams, Science, Lauderdale, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
AED 

Willie Love Nash, Education, Starkville, Chi Omega 

William L. Nason, Engineering, Utica 

Oscar Harold Neal, Education, Ruth 

William R. Nettles, Jr., Business, Tishomingo, Kappa Sigma, 
Basketball 2, 3, Track 2, 3, M Club 

Mrs. Emily Odom, Business, Starkville 

Felton H. Odom, Agriculture, Cleveland 

Stuart P. Orr, Agriculture, Helena, Ark., Kappa Sigma, Agricul- 
ture Club, Agriculture Administration Club, Glee Club 

Sank Edward Owen, Education, Aberdeen 

Charles W. Parker, Education, Vardaman, FFA 

Mrs. Robert B. Patterson, Education, Okolona, Dramatic Club, 
M Club Queen 4, Reveille favorite 4 

Troy B. Patterson, Jr., Agriculture, Columbus 

Cecil H. Payne, Agriculture, Brandon, Block & Bridle Club 

William E. Phillips, Agriculture, Education, Louin 

Joseph B. Pickett, Agriculture, Education, Pope, Sears Roebuck 
Scholarship Club 1, 2, 3, FFA 

Victor E. Pierce, Science, Monticello, Theta Xi, Vice-President 4 

Robert L. Pillow, Agriculture, Greenwood, Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon. Blue Key, M Club, President 4, Who's Who in Ameri- 
can Colleges & Universities 

James C. Powell, Agriculture, Pheba 

Edwin B. Pratt, Engineering, Greenville, Pi Kappa Alpha 

Lewis H. Price, Agriculture, Prentiss, Agriculture Club, Block 
& Bridle Club 



Ulmer C. Pryor, Agriculture, Education, Waynesboro, FFA 

Kenneth D. Quarterman, Science, Savannah, Ga., Highest 
Honors, Phi Eta Sigma, President 2, Beta Beta Beta, ODK, 
Pi Kappa Delta, Debating Team 2 

William Daniel Ratliff, Jr., Agriculture, Madison 

W. H. Ray, Business, Wesson 

William Rhett, Engineering, Columbus, Kappa Alpha, Presi- 
dent 4, Blue Key, President 4, ODK, Vice-President 4, M 
Club, President 4, Southeastern Conference Champion K mile 
'42, Member of record holding Freshman Medley Relay at 
Florida Relays, Who's Who in American Colleges & Uni- 
versities, Member of Southeastern Champion Relay Team 
4, IFC, Dance Committee, KME., AE Secretary, Tau Beta 
Pi 

Robert E. Rice, English, Starkville 

Howard T. Richardson, Business, Louisville, Sigma Chi, Aero 
Club, YMCA 

John E. Richardson, Agriculture, Education, Calhoun City 

George S. Roache, Engineering, Greenville, ASCE 

John S. Roan, Business, Jackson, Phi Kappa Tau 

James C. Robertson, Agriculture, Holly Ridge, Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon. President, Scabbard & Blade, Senior Class, Vice-Presi- 
dent, Agriculture Club, Vice-President, Colonel Club, YMCA, 
Block & Bridle Club 

George H. Robertson, Agriculture, Education, Gloster, Alpha 
Tau Alpha, FFA 



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McLeod 
McMiLLfjx, Jr. 

McWlLLLAMS 

Nash 

Nason 



Neal 

Nettles, Jr. 
E. Odom 
H. Odom 
Orh 



H. Owen 
E. Owen 
Parker 
Patterson 
Patterson, Jr. 



Payne 

Phillips 

Pickett 

Pierce 

Pillow 



Powell 

Pratt 

PmcE 

Pryor 

quarterman 



Ratliff, Jr. 

Ray 

Rhett 

Rice 

T. Richardson 



E. Rich.\rdson 

Roache 

Roan 

C. Robertson 

H. Robertson 



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Richard N. Rogers, English, Louisville 

Luther R. Rone, Agriculture, Kosciusko, Alpha Zeta 

Tom McGaha, Business, Arkabutla 

James E. Ross, Engineering, Bolton, Alpha Tau Omega 

William R. Rowzee, Business, Decatur, YMCA, Band 

Hal E. Russell, Engineering, Philadelphia, BSU 2, 3, Track 

3, YMCA 1, 2, 3 

Troy W. Rutherford, Agriculture, Chalybeate, Alpha Zeta 

Morton S. Sackheim, Business, West Point, SAM 

Joe Saia, Business, Shaw, Alpha Tau Omega, M Club, YMCA, 
Football, Baseball 

Joe Frank Sanderson, Business, Hazelhurst, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
ODK, Special Honors, Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities, Blue Key, Editor 1947 Reveille, Reveille 
Staff 1, 3, 4, Board of PubHcations 4, YMCA Council L 3, 

4, Secretary 4, YMCA Cabinet, IFC 3, 4, Secretary 4, Chi 
Lamba Rho, Colonels Club, Accounting Club, Phi Eta Sigma 

George W. Scott, Jr., Agriculture, Tupelo, Phi Kappa Tau, 
Secretary YMCA, Phi Eta Sigma, Secretary 2, Colonel Club 2, 
Student Executive Council 3, Alpha Zeta, Secretarv 4, Agri- 
culture Club, Dairy Club, Glee Club, Scholarship Club 

George K. Shank, Business, Meridian, Sigma Chi, Secretarv 3, 
Managing Editor REFLECTOR 1, 2, 3, 4, Omicron Theta 
2, 3, 4, Commerce Club 3 

Leroy C. Shaw, Agriculture, Perkingston, ASAE, KME 

Leroy Sheffield, Agriculture, Education, Mantachie, FFA 

Eugene C. Shivers, Business, Shivers 

Paul J. Shuman, Electrical Engineering, Biloxi 

Leonard T. Simpson, Agriculture, Macon 

Richard A. Smallwood, Business, Laurel, Pi Kappa Alpha 
YMCA 

B. B. Smith, Agriculture, Jonestown 

Grover Smith, Education, Brookhaven 

Lynn P. Smith, Business, Rosedale, Kappa Alpha 



Robert Smith, Agriculture, Plantersville, Alpha Zeta, ASAE, 
BBB 

Tercy Smith, Agriculture, Education, Carriere 

Tolly W. Smith, Agriculture, Economics, Jackson 

Willie R. Smith, Science, Mantee, ASEE, ROA 

Herman L. Snyder, Education, Memphis, M Club, Baseball, 
Basketball 3, 4 

Frank K. Spain, Engineering, Tupelo, Sigma Chi KME, Phi 
Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, AIEE 

Harper Hughes Spragins, Business, Minter City, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, President IFC 

Erie H. Staggers, Business, Starkville, Sigma Chi 

W. C. Steen, Science, Jackson 

William N. Stephenson, Agriculture, Education, Ackerman, 
Alpha Tau Alpha, FFA 

Max H. Stone, Agriculture, Administration, Tupelo 

James E. Strain, Starkville 

MiCAjAH P. Sturdivant, Agriculture, Glendora, Kappa Sigma, 
President 3, President Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Zeta, Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Universities, Colonel Club, 
IFC, Vice-President 

V. I. Sturdivant, Agriculture, New Albanv, Alpha Tau Alpha, 
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THE 







Charlette Tartt, Education, State College, Chi Omega, Presi- 
dent 4, Senior Class, life secretary 

Grover C. Tatuai, Jr., Agriculture, Waynesboro 

Arthur R. Taylor, Agriculture, Como, Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

E. O. Templeton, Jr., Business, Starkville, Lamba Chi Alpha 
Secretary, Band, College Glee Club, Colonels Club, Varsity 
Club, Accounting Club, BSU Council 

I. J. Terry, Science, Yazoo City 

J. G. Thomas, Agriculture, Memphis, Theta Xi 

Billy J. Thompson, Engineering, D'Lo 

James T. Thompson, Business, Columbia, Accounting Club 

H. D. Thorpe, Education, Tiptonville, Tenn., Blue Key, M Club, 
Football 

Walter L. Thrash, Business, Newton 

Thomas Tramel, Agriculture, Raleigh, Alpha Zeta, Agriculture, 
Economics, President 

C. L. Travis, Business, McComb 

William C. Trotter, Jr., Agriculture, University, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon 

Claude A. Walker, Agriculture, Wesson 

Emmett H. Walker, Jr., Agriculture, Oxford, Kappa Sigma, 
President 4 Special Honors, ODK, President Blue Key, Presi- 
dent IPC President, Colonels Club, President 2, Who's Who 
in American Colleges and Universities, Vice-President Stu- 
dent Association 2, Agriculture Club, Vice-President 4, Alpha 
Zeta Scribe 4, Phi Eta Sigma, Scabbard & Blade, Executive 
Council 2, 4, YMCA Cabinet 2, 4, Assistant Editor Reveille 
2, Managing Editor Reveille 4, Dance Committee 

James Wall, Business, Noxapater, M Club, Football, Basketball 

Philip A. Waring, Business, Vicksburg, Sigma Chi, Commerce 
Club, Secretary 3 

James O. Warren, Education, Brookhaven 

Olivia Lucille Watkins, Education, Marks, Band, Colonel Club, 
YMCA 

Emanuel D. Weisenhoff, Agriculture, Brooklyn 



Clay'ton John Wells, Science, Biloxi 

Billy Scott White, Business, Greenv^'ood, Sigma Chi, Band 

James Howard White, Business, Oxford, Phi Kappa Alpha, 
YMCA Cabinet 

Troy D. White, Education, Louisville, FFA 

William W. Wilborn, Engineering, Yazoo City, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, Band, ASME 

Forrest W. Wiley, Business, Starkville 

William Howard Wilkes, Jr., Agriculture, Tunica, Sigma Phi 
Epsilon, President, Colonel Club, IFC, Vice-President 

Cecil Q. Williams, Education, Dossville, Y-Council 

James R. Williams, Agriculture, Aberdeen, Agriculture Club 

Jennings Bryan Williams, Jr., Engineering, Yazoo City, Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon, ASCE, IFC, President 3 

James F. Wildon, Science, Houston, Sigma Pi 

William E. Wofford, Agriculture, Darling, Block & Bridle Club 

T D Woodward, Engineering, Kosciusko, Alpha Tau 9"^f,^^' 
ASCE, President 2, 3, Tau Beta Pi, Secretary 2, 3, Who s Who 
in American Colleges and Universities 

William L. York, Agriculture, Dorsey 



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Tatum 

Taylor 

Templeton 

Terry 



Thomas 

J. Thompson 

T. Thompson 

Thorpe 

Thrash 



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Travis 
Trotter 
Walker 
Walker, Jr. 



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Waring 
Warren 
Watkins 

Weisenhoff 



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S. White 
H. White 
D. White 
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Wiley 

Wilkes 

Q. Williams 

R. Williams 

Williams, Jr. 



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THE JUNIOR CLASS . . . 

Activity-laden juniors are about to take over the reins that have been vacated by the seniors. After three 
years of scholastic waiting, they are almost seniors. Some have been elected to Student Association posts, some 
have been named to the honoraries to carry on the work of those groups. These are the leaders of next term. 

It is the guiding principle of each of these persons to excel in scholarship and social activities during his 
first three years in order that he might spend more time on the "bull ring", in the Grill, and in the Shack. 

These students are looking toward the brightest year of their life. The year when their futures will be 
shaped, their character more firmly molded. 

These are the men who must lead Mississippi State on to greater glory. 



THE SDPHDMQRE CLASS . . . 

Two years of collegiate life have ended for these students. The most important fact that they have learned 
is that college is not the playboy's heaven that it was rumored to be. 

No longer are these students the "green" freshmen who arrived a year ago. They are beginning to reaUze the 
significance of a college degree. Most important they are beginning to realize the significance of collegiate life. 

The reahzation is dawning that membership in one of the honoraries is a much sought after honor. They have 
begun to realize that the time for play comes after the time for work. 

Here are the students who have become adjusted to the life of a student and who will strive for a greater 
Mississippi State. 



THE FRESHMAN CLASS . . . 

What a difference a war makes! Only occasionally did you catch the sight of a shaved head during the 
first semester. Only occasionally did you see a wee tot loaded to the hilt with bundles of laundry. The majori- 
ty of the freshman class is made up of veterans and the usual freshman hazing was omitted. 

Yet all of these students had a few surprises in store for them as to what college life was all about. 
Gradually that feeling of being in a strange world without a friend has disappeared. They have learned that 
the upperclassmen are really quite human-and helpful. Most important, they have found that they have made 
more friends than they had ever dreamed of having. They have found that they are attending a 'friendly 
school. 

The close of the second semester finds the Freshmen a part of Mississippi State. 



60 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Marion Simmons President 

Bob Rose Vice-President 

Butler Barksdale Sec.-Treas. 





Jones, Brock, McDonnell, Little 



FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 

Sonny Schneider President 

Bob Hallman Vice-President 

Billy Fern Turnley .... Sec.-Treas. 
Billy Martin Representative 



Barksdale, Simmons, Rose 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

James Brock President 

Catherine McDonnell . Vice-President 
Bob Jones . . . Council Representative 
Slick Little . . Council Representative 



Schneider, Turnley, Martin, Hallman 



THE 




Hilton Abernathy, Junior, Business, Alpha Tau Omega, Leland. 

Miss. 

Ernest C. Adams, Jr., Junior, Meridian, Miss. 

Harold N. Adams, Sophomore, Science, Porterville, Miss. 

William W. Adams, Freshman, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha. 
Kosciusco, Miss. 

MoNA Adams, Sophomore, Education, Chi Omega, Greenwood, 
Miss. 

Roger L. Aderholdt, Freshman, Clarksdale, Miss. 

Robert M. Aden, Sophomore, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Valley Park, Miss. 

Floyd E. Adkins, Sophomore, Agriculture, Laurel, Miss. 

John E. Agnew, Junior, Baldwyn, Miss. 

Larkin Agnew, Sophomore, Bethany, Miss. 

Roy Agnew, Freshman, Baldwyn, Miss. 

Todd Agnew, Junior, Baldwyn, Miss. 

Walter B. Agnew, Sophomore, Agriculture, Kappa Sigma. 
Clarksdale, Miss. 

Frank W. Ainsworth, Sophomore, Engineering, Como, Miss. 

Charles Howard Aldridge, Freshman, Engineering, Pi Kappa 
Alpha, Winona, Miss. 

Thomas E. Aldridge, Freshman, Jackson, Miss. 

MuRRY M. Alexander, Sophomore, Agriculture, Kappa Alpha. 
Greenville, Miss. 

HoLLis H. Alford, Sophomore, Progress, Miss. 

Hubert C. Allen, Sophomore, Center, Miss. 

James M. Allen, Junior, Cockrum, Miss. 

William S. Allen, Freshman, Nitta Yuma, Miss. 

William W. Allen, Freshman, Science, Amory, Miss. 

Leon W. Alston, Freshman, Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Ulmont, T. Ammon, Jr., Sophomore, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Douglas R. Anderson, Sophomore, Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau. 
Gulfport, Miss. 

Earl B. Anderson, Sophomore, Science, Forrest, Miss. 

John E. Anderson, Freshman, Holly Springs, Miss. 



John H. Anderson, Jr., Junior, Agriculture, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
Pontotoc, Miss. 

Thomas E. Anderson, Junior, Water Valley, Miss. 

Albert D. Anderson, Jr., Freshman, Pass Christian, Miss. 

Merrel Davis Andrews, Freshman, Business, Chi Omega, Stark- 
ville, Miss. 

William E. Andrews, Sophomore, Agriculture, Purvis, Miss. 

Glenn Anglin, Sophomore, Education, Walnut Grove, Miss. 

Joe C. Applewhite, Freshman, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha. 
Winona, Miss. 

James W. Archer, Freshman, Agriculture, Mathiston, Miss. 

John D. Arinder, Freshman, Business, Morton, Miss. 

Tracy L. Arinder, Junior, Agriculture, Morton, Miss. 

Warren R. Arledge, Junior, Vicksburg, Miss. 

James D. Arnold, Junior, Engineering, Hattiesburg, Miss. 

James O. Arnold, Sophomore, Agriculture, Baldwyn, Miss. 

James D. Arrington, Sophomore, Agriculture, Coffeeville, Miss. 

John H. Arthur, Sophomore, Education, Rosehill, Miss. 

Tommie R. Ashford, Junior, Agriculture, Water Valley, Miss. 

Harold C. Askew, Sophomore, Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Luther H. Askew, Freshman, Education, Columbia, Miss. 

Thomas A. Atkinson, Jr., Sophomore, Vance, Miss. 

Royce M. Aust, Freshman, Clarksdale, Miss. 

Henry F. Auter, Sophomore, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Duff D. Austin, Jr., Sophomore, Forrest, Miss. 

Daniel B. Aycock, Jr., Sophomore, Science, Jonesboro, Ark. 

Lelas J. AvERA, Freshman, State Line, Miss. 

James M. Babb, Sophomore, Engineering, Corinth, Miss. 

Nelson Babcock, Sophomore, Red Lick, Miss. 

William M. Backstrom, Freshman, Business, Leaf, Miss. 

Carl D. Baggett, Freshman, New Albany, Miss. 

James Gwin Bagley, Freshman, Tunica, Miss. 



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Anderson 

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Andresen, Jr. 

Andrews 

Andrews 

Anglin 

Applewhite 

Archer 



Arinder 

Arinder 

Arledge 

Arnold 

Arnold 

Arrington 

Arthur 



ASHFORD 

Askew 
Askew 
Atkinson, Jr. 

AUST 

Auter 
Austin, Jr. 

Aycock, Jr. 

Avera 

Babb 

Babcock 

Backstrom 

Baggett 

Bagley 



THE 





Fred Bailey, Sophomore, Batesville, Miss. 

James Robert Bailey, Junior, Center, Miss. 

Thomas N. Bailey, Freshman, Lucedale, Miss. 

Walter D. Bailey, Junior, Daphne, Ala. 

Frances Corinne Baker, Freshman, Meridian, Miss. 

HoLLiDAY Fleming Bakek, Junior, Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsi- 
lon, Natchez, Miss. 

John B. Baker, Freshman, Clarksdale, Miss. 

Joseph M. Baker, Fresliman, Tupelo, Miss. 

William D. Baker, Freshman, New Albany, Miss. 

Ikey L. Baldwin, Junior, Agriculture, Jessieville, Ark. 

Lawrence E. Baldwin, Sophomore, Engineering, Crowder, Miss. 

Jean Ball, Junior, Business, Plii Mu, Tylertown, Miss. 

Alton Artice Barber, Freshman, Carriere, Miss. 

Joe H. Barber, Jr., Freshman, Engineering, Harperville, Miss. 

Sidney Barber, Freshman, Engineering, Harperville, Miss. 

Paul E. Babdwell, Junior, Business, Brookhaven, Miss. 

Joseph M. Baria, Junior, Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau, Hatties- 
burg. Miss. 

William A. Bartholomew, Junior, Memphis, Tenn. 

Davis Barnes, Sophomore, Education, Carthage, Miss. 

Thomas J. Barnes, Freshman, Noxapater, Miss. 

William E. Harnett, Jr., Sophomore, Engineering, Phi Kappa 
Tau, Gulfport, Miss. 

William K. Bahnett, Freshman, Kosciusko, Miss. 
George Bartlett, Sophomore, Walnut, Miss. 
Robert T. Barton, Freshman, Calhoun City, Miss. 
Samuel W. Barton, Freshman, Calhoun City, Miss. 
Thomas W. Barton, Junior, Pheba, Miss. 
EsTON C. Baskin, Sophomore, Jackson, Miss. 
Robert W. Baskin, Freshman, Vaiden, Miss. 
Harold J. Bassett, Junior, Newton, Miss. 



Leon J. Bates, Freshman, Belsoni, Miss. 

Hubert D. Batson, Sophomore, Enghsh, Theta Xi, Wiggins, 

Miss. 

William E. Batty, Sophomore, English, Kappa Sigma, Meridian, 

Miss. 

Allen R. Baxter, Junior, English, Lumberton, Miss. 

Jerry Beall, Freshman, Starkville, Miss. 

Reuben L. Real, Sophomore, Agriculture, Memphis, Tenn. 

Ollie a. Bean, Freshman, Prairie, Miss. 

Caroline Beattie, Junior, Business, Chi Omega, Starkville, Miss. 

James W. Beckett, Sophomore, Bruce. Miss. 

Raymond O. Beckwith, Freshman, Agriculture, Belzoni, Miss. 

Spencer Bedenbaugh, Fresliman, State College, Miss. 

Ester R. Beer, Freshman, Education, Jackson, Miss. 

Ida Mae Beer, Sophomore, Education, Jackson, Miss. 

Bob O. Beisel, Freshman, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Jackson, Miss. 

Travis W. Belcher, Sophomore, English, Memphis, Tenn. 

Howard Bending, Sophomore, English, Laurel, Miss. 

Fred H. Bennett, Freshman, Corinth, Miss. 

James E. Bennett, Sophomore, Agriculture, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Leland, Miss. 

Joseph A. Bennett, Freshman, Raymond, Miss. 

Joseph D. Bennett, Sophomore, Vaiden, Miss. 

George W. Benson, Junior, Webb, Miss. 

James S. Benson, Junior, Webb, Miss. 

Rex R. Benson, Freshman, Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Meridian, 

Miss. 

John R. Berry, Freshman, Business, Birmingham, Ala. 
Robert N. Berry, Freshman, Philadelphia, Miss. 
John Berryman, Freshman, Vicksburg, Miss. 
Stanford E. Bethea, Sophomore, Hattiesburg, Miss. 



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Baldwin 

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Ball 

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Barber 

Bafidwell 

Bah LA 

Bartholomew 

Barnes 

Barnes 

Barnett, Jr. 



Barnett 

Bartlett 

Barton 

Barton 

Barton 

Baskin 

Baskin 

Bassett 

Bates 

Batson 

Batty 

Baxter 

Be all 

Beal 



Bean 

Beattie 

Beckett 

Beckwith 

Bedenbaugh 

Beer 

Beer 

Beisel 

Belcher 

Bentjing 

Bennett 

Bennett 

Bennett 

Bennett 

Benson 

Benson 

Benson 

Berry 

Berry 

Berry 

Berryman 

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THE 




Charles M. Betterton, Junior, Agriculture, Starkville, Miss. 

Gene L. Bidwell, Sophomore, Agriculture, Sigma Pi, Green- 
Wood, Miss. 

Ayers B. Bishop, Junior, Agriculture, Maben, Miss. 

Sam C. Bishop, Junior, Education, Kappa Alpha, Lumbertown, 
Miss. 

Wyman Bishop, Jr., Freshman, Agriculture, Maben, Miss. 

Glarence Black, Sophomore, Agriculture, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Marks, Miss. 

Robert L. Black, Freshman, Ackerman, Miss. 

Paul D. Blackledge, Sophomore, Laurel, Miss. 

Stephen H. Blair, Freshman, Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Eve E. Blake, Junior, Lexington, Miss. 

John D. Blanton, Sophomore, Mathiston, Miss. 

Orson P. Blaylock, Freshman, Education, Randolph, Miss. 

William S. Bledsoe, Sophomore, Memphis, Tenn. 

Fred A. Blocker, Sophomore, Starkville, Miss. 

Morris G. Blocker, Freshman, Agriculture, Edinburg, Miss. 

Glyde L. Blount, Junior, Decatur, Miss. 

John R. Blount, Junior, Geiger, Ala. 

Leroy a. Boat\vright, Sophomore, Holly Spring, Miss. 

William N. Bogan, Junior, West Point, Miss. 

Lamar M. Boggan, Junior, Ecru, Miss. 

Isaac E. Boggs, Freshman, English, Memphis, Tenn. 

Everett H. Bond, Sophomore, Education, Poplarville, Miss. 

William E. Bolton, Sophomore, Memphis, Tenn. 

Long J. Bong, Freshman, English, Duncan, Miss. 

James Q. Bonner, Sophomore, Waynesboro, Miss. 

Daniel R. Boone, Sophomore, Pleasant Grove, Miss. 

Harold E. Booth, Freshman, Agriculture, Lexington, Miss. 

John R. Booth, Jr., Freshman, Agriculture, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Lexington, Miss. 

C. S. Borum, Freshman, Natchez, Miss. 



H. G. Bounds, Junior, Agriculture, Hattiesburg, Miss. 
John Bounds, Junior, Gollinsville, Miss. 
David K. Bowen, Freshman, Sardis, Miss. 

David W. Bowen, Freshman, Business, Phi Kappa Tau, Tupelo, 

Miss. 

Andrev^^ J. Bowie, Freshman, Theta Xi, McGool, Miss. 

Hubert H. Bowie, Sophomore, Leland, Miss. 

Polly W. Bowtles, Sophomore, Education, Ghi Omega, Isola, 
Miss. 

Dale R. Bowling, Freshman, Agriculture, Amory, Miss. 

GoY O. Box, Freshman, Agriculture, Eupora, Miss. 

James E. Box, Freshman, Business, Winona, Miss. 

Thomas M. Box, Freshman, English, Sigma Chi, Pace, Miss. 

Marshall Boydstun, Sophomore, Business, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Louisville, Miss. 

R. W. BoYDSTON, Senior, Business, Louisville, Miss. 

John D. Boyette, Freshman, Starkville, Miss. 

Brice Braden, Sophomore, Belden, Miss. 

Roy a. Bradley, Freshman, Glarksdale, Miss. 

Earl W. Bradshaw, Junior, Business, Kappa Alpha, Hattiesburg, 

Miss. 

Marion S. Branch, Freshman, Science, Pi Kappa Epsilon, 
Winona, Miss. 

Clifford N. Brandon, Sophomore, Columbus, Miss. 

Jake M. Brannan, Freshman, Verona, Miss. 

Harry W. Branton, Freshman, Agriculture, Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon, Leland, Miss. 

Lewis O. Branyan, Freshman, Saltillo, Miss. 

Rosalie Brent, Junior, Education, Meridian, Miss. 

Sidney Brevard, Freshman, Science, Pi Kappa Alpha, Drew, Miss. 

Douglas F. Brewton, Sophomore, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Grover C. Brewer, Freshman, Charleston, Miss. 

Henry R. Bridgeforth, Freshman, Yazoo City, Miss. 



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Roy a. Brinkley, Sophomore, Plieba, Miss. 

William W. Brister, Freshman, Agriculture, Water Valley, Miss. 

George N. Bristow, Sophomore, Tupelo, Miss. 

Anthony Brocato, Junior, Cleveland, Miss. 

James N. Brock, Sophomore, Utica, Miss. 

Bernard B. Brokaw, Junior, Science, Charleston, Miss. 

Truman D. Brooks, Junior, Education, Coldwater, Miss. 

R. H. Broome, Sophomore, Agriculture, Bay Springs,' Miss. 

Clarence R. Brown, Freshman, Aberdeen, Miss. 

David Bruce Brown, Junior, EngHsh, Kappa Sigma, Jackson, 
Miss. 

George F. Brown, Sophomore, Science, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Tupelo, Miss. 

James E. Brown, Sophomore, Agriculture, Lucedale, Miss. 

James H. Brown, Freshman, Canton, Miss. 

John F. Brown, Sophomore, Marx, Miss. 

Joseph L. Brown, Sophomore, English, Sigma Xi, Hattiesburg, 

Miss. 

Julian A. Brown,. Sophomore, English, Aberdeen, Miss. 
Latham H. Brown, Freshman, Fayette, Miss. 
Marion L. Brown, Freshman, Greenwood, Miss. 
Milton R. Brown, Freshman, Stewart, Miss. 
Ollie H. Brown, Sophomore, Agriculture, Lena, Miss. 
Robert E. Brown, Junior, Tupelo, Miss. 

Robert L. Brown, Jr., Sophomore, Business, Kappa-Sigma 
Sledge, Miss. 

Jefferson Browning, Junior, Enghsh, Robinsonville, Miss. 

James A. Bruce, Junior, Business, Ackerman, Miss. 

Daniel R. Bryan, Freshman, Greenwood, Miss. . 

James D. Bryan, Junior, Jackson, Miss. 

William S. Bryan, Freshman, Science, Kappa Sigma, McComb, 

Miss. 



Charles E. Buchanan, Sophomore, Business, Sandersville, Miss. 

Charles M. Buchanan, Sophomore, Business, Phi Kappa Tau, 
Nettleton, Miss. 

Edwin L. Buchanan, Sophomore, Brandon, Miss. 

Marion C. Buchanan, Sophomore, Brandon, Miss. 

Thomas J. Buchanan, Junior, Agriculture, Sandersville, Miss. 

William Buchanan, Freshman, Indianola, Miss. 

Joseph E. Buckley, Sophomore, Starkville, Miss. 

John B. Buckley, Sophomore, Agriculture, Starkville, Miss. 

Francis A. Buescher, Freshman, Meridian, Miss. 

L. T. Bufkin, Sophomore, Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Thomas H. Buford, Junior, Business, Holly Springs, Miss. 

Luther B. Bullock, Sophomore, Pi Kappa Alpha, Jackson, Miss. 

Dorian Bunch, Jr., Sophomore, English, McComb, Miss. 

John Bunch, Sophomore, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Sidney K. Burch, Freshman, Magee, Miss. 

Billy H. Burdine, Freshman, English, Mathiston, Miss. 

William M. Burford, Junior, Business, Little Rock, Ark. 

Stanley E. Buckley, Sophomore, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Natchez, Miss. 

Zolen Burney, Sophomore, Freeport, Texas 

Don F. Burson, Junior, English, Calhoun City, Miss. 

Jack R. Burton, Freshman, Business, Birmingham, Ala. 

Sampson S. Burton, Sophomore, Education, Philadelphia, Miss. 

Kendrick L. Busby, Freshman, Education, Waynesboro, Miss. 

Charles R. Bush, Sophomore, English, Soso, Miss. 

Franklin H. Butler, Junior, Rosedale, Miss. 

Lavern J. Butler, Freshman, Science, Mize, Miss. 

W. O. Butler, Junior, Aberdeen, Miss. 

James E. Byars, Sophomore, Education, Edinburg, Miss. 

William F. Byars, Freshman, Calhoun City, Miss. 




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Browning 

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Bryan 

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Buchanan 

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Burney 

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Bush 

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V. L. Bybd, Junior, Engineering, Forest, Miss. 

William E. Byrd, Sophomore, Agriculture, Lambda Chi, Yazoo 
City, Miss. 

Charles R. Cadenhead, Junior, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Green- 
ville, Miss. 

James D. Cagle, Freshman, Mattson, Miss. 

Robert Cahoon, Junior, Pickens, Miss. 

George Cain, Junior, Prairie, Miss. 

WiNTON B. Cain, Freshman, Perkinston, Miss. 

Reed Caldwell, Freshman, Ecru, Miss. 

W. A. Caldwell, Freshman, Jackson, Miss. 

William E. Callicott, Sophomore, Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Secatobia, Miss. 

Homer H. Campbell, Freshman, Leakesville, Miss. 

John C. Campbell, Junior, Business, Shuqualak, Miss. 

Jesse Lee Canon, Sophomore, Vaiden, Miss. 

Richard H. Carlisle, Freshman, Water Valley, Miss. 

Charles M. Carnes, Sophomore, McComb, Miss. 

Frank P. Carollo, Sophomore, Leland, Miss. 

J. A. Carpenter, Freshman, Indianola, Miss. 

Samuel F. Carr, Freshman, Science, Kappa Sigma, Leland, Miss. 

John A. Carter, Freshman, Engineering, Yazoo City, Miss. 

William C. Carter, Sophomore, Engineering, Yazoo City, Miss. 

Reginald D. Cartledge, Freshman, Winona, Miss. 

George C. Cartwright, Sophomore, Business, Midnight, Miss. 

Travis Cartwright, Junior, Agriculture, Booneville, Miss. 

Benedict F. Carrubb, Jr., Long Beach, Miss. 

LiSTON E. Cartledge, Freshman, Agriculture, Winona, Miss. 

Nicholas Cassino, Junior, Vicksburg, Miss. 

John S. Castles, Junior, Agriculture, Starkville, Miss. 

Robert T. Gates, Sophomore, Pascagoula, Miss. 



Thomas S. Gates, Freshman, English Sigma Chi, Jackson, Miss. 

G. H. Cathcart, Sophomore, Laurel, Miss. 

John W. Causey, Sophomore, Laurel, Miss. 

John Cesare, Junior, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Florence Ghafee, Freshman, Science, Starkville, Miss. 

Robert Chambers, Sophomore, Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Ghables G. Ghamblee, Junior, Ofahoma, Miss. 

John L Chandler, Junior, Union City, Tenn. 

Charles Ghaney, Freshman, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Louisville, Miss. 

Joseph E. Chapman, Junior, Amory, Miss. 

Walter Chapman, Freshman, Indianola, Miss. 

Grover C. Chappell, Sophomore, Agriculture, Louisville, Miss. 

J. W. Chatham, Sophomore, Rose Hill, Miss. 

Neal Chatham, Freshman, Rose Hill, Miss. 

Ben J. Chatoney, Sophomore, Indianola, Miss. 

James C. Cherry, Freshman, Engineering, Porterville, Miss. 

John R. Childress, Freshman, Flora, Miss. 

James H. Chisholm, Freshman, Tupelo, Miss. 

Nelson T. Chisholm, Sophomore, Engineering, Louin, Miss. 

Cecil C. Chism, Sophomore, Columbus, Miss. 

James F. Chism, Junior, Lambert, Miss. 

Emory N. Church, Freshman, Birmingham, Ala. 

Dale K. Clark, Freshman, Education, Chi Omega, Crosby, Miss. 

Gene Clark, Sophomore, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tupelo, 
Miss. 

George L. Clark, Sophomore, Engineering, DeKalb, Miss. 

Robert A. Clark, Sophomore, Engineering, Natchez, Miss. 

Edward H. Clarke, Sophomore, Agriculture, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Seyppel, Ark. 

James P. H. Clayton, Sophomore, Engineering Starkville, Miss. 



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Cadenhead 

Cacle 

Cahoon 

Cain 

Cain 

Caldwell 

Caldwell 

Callicott 

Campbell 

Campbell 

Canon 

Cai^lisle 



Carnes 

Carollo 

Carpenter 

Carr 

Carter 

Carter 

Cartledge 



Cartwright 

Cartwright 

Carrubba 

Cartledge 

Cassino 

Castles 

Cates 



Gates 

Cathcart 

Causey 

Cesare 

Chafee 

Chambers 

Chamblee 



Chandler 

Chaney 

Chapman 

Chapman 

Chappell 

Chatham 

Chatham 



Ch ATONE Y 

Cherry 

Childress 

Chisholm 

Chisholm 

Chism 

Chism 

Church 

Clark 

Clark 

Clark 

Clark 

Clarke 

Clayton 



THE 



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Curtis E. Clegg, Freshman, English, Crystal Springs, Miss. 

James A. Clemmons, Freshman, Science, Tupelo, Miss. 

William C. Clements, Sophomore, Carrollton, Miss. 

Terry M. Clogston, Sophomore, English, Grenada, Miss. 

Marvin D. Clowers, Freshman, Agriculture, Pontotoc, Miss. 

John Clifton, Sophomore, Agriculture, Shaw, Miss. 

James Clark Cochran, Sophomore, Agriculture, Kappa Alpha, 
Holly Springs, Miss. 

Mary K. Cochran, Junior, Business, Clara 

William E. Cochran, Junior, Science, Kosciusko, Miss. 

Willie M. Coffey, Sophomore, Science, Meridian, Miss. 

Banton C. Coggin, Sophomore, Nettleton, Miss. 

Benny Cohen, Junior, Science, Grenada, Miss. 

Maxine C. Cole, Sophomore, Business, Zeta Tau Alpha, Jackson, 
Miss. 

Clark W. Coleman, Junior, Agriculture, Doddsville, Miss. 

Harold L. Coleman, Freshman, Shuqualak, Miss. 

James L. Coleman, Junior, English, Sigma Chi, West Point, Miss. 

Jessie Coleman, Freshman, Education, Caledonia, Miss. 

Levy O. Collier, Freshman, Carthage, Miss. 

Osmond H. Collier, Sophomore, English, El Paso, Texas 

Jimmie C. Collins, Freshman, English, Kappa Sigma, Grenada, 
Miss. 

Archer A. Colman, Freshman, Agriculture, Sigma Xi, Indianola, 
Miss. 

Fred Newton Colmer, Freshman, Business, Kappa Sigma, Stark- 
villp, Miss. 

Earl M. Colquitt, Freshman, Brandon, Miss. 

James M. Colson, Sophomore, English, Water Valley, Miss. 

William Colthahp, Junior, New Albany, Miss. 

J. T. CoLviN, Freshman, English, Brooksville, Miss. 

David M. Comfort, Sophomore, English, Kappa Alpha, Durant, 
Miss. 

William F. Comfort, Junior, Business, Kosciusco, Miss. 

Bennett Collins Commer, Sophomore, Agriculture, Pope, Miss. 



Carl W. Conlee, Junior Agriculture, Kappa Alpha; Leland, Miss. 

X. L. Gray Conwill, Junior, Nettleton, Miss. 

Marlin H. Cook, Junior, Education, Ripley, Miss. 

Martin Douglas Cook, Freshman, Engineering, Sigma Chi, 
Tupelo, Miss. 

Merritt Cook, Sophomore, New Albany, Miss. 

Reginald E. Cook, Sophomore, Engineering, Meridian, Miss. 

Yancey Cook, Junior, Agriculture, Education, Ripley, Miss. 

John L. Cooley, Sophomore, Agriculture, Columbus, Miss. 

Clarence Lee Coon, Jr., Junior, Agriculture, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Greenville, Miss. 

Jessie H. Coon Sophomore, Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Greenville, Miss. 

James E. Cooper, Sophomore, Education, Cleveland, Miss. 

William Ray Cooper, Sophomore, Agriculture, Crenshaw, Miss. 

William C. Corban, Junior, Business, Fayette, Miss. 

Jimmie V. Corbin, Sophomore, Business, Sigma Xi, Greenwood, 
Miss. 

David J. Corum, Sophomore, Business, Laurel, Miss. 

Thomas Edward Gotten, Sophomore, Education, Summit, Miss. 

Daniel William Caoughlin, Jr., Sophomore, English, Hatties- 
burg. Miss. 

Elbrey Covin, Freshman, Aberdeen, Miss. 

John E. Covington, Freshman, Science, Kappa Alpha, Belzoni, 

Miss. 

John N. Covington, Jr., Sophomore, Sigma Xi, Marks, Miss. 

Hansford Moss Cowart, Freshman, Business, Birmingham, Ala. 

William S. Cowsert, Freshman, Science, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
State College, Miss. 

Aubrey Cox, Freshman, Agriculture, Verona, Miss. 

George E. Cox, Jr., Junior, Agriculture, Starkville, Miss. 

George G. Cox, Jr., Sophomore, Agriculture, Sigma Xi, Merigold, 
Miss. 

James B. Cox, Junior, Science, Pi Kappa Alpha, Amory, Miss. 

Leo Shirley Cox, Freshman, Business, Phi Kappa Tau, Stark- 
ville, Miss. 



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Clemmons 

Clements 

Clogston 

Clow^ehs 

Clifton 

cochhan, j. c. 

CocHKAN, Mary K. 

Cochran, Wai. E. 

Coffey 

Cogcin 

Cohen 

Cole 

Coleman, C. W. 



Colealan, H. L. 
Coleman, J. L. 

Coleman, Jessie 
Collier, L. O. 
Collier, O. H. 
Collins 

COLMAN 



COLMER 

Colquitt 

Colson 

coltharp 

COLVIN 

Comfort, D. M. 
Comfort, W. F. 



COMMER 

CONLEE 

CONWILL 

Cook, M. H. 
Cook, M. D. 
Cook, M 
Cook, R. E. 



Cook, Y. 

COOLEY 

Coon, C. L., Jh. 
Coon J. H. 
Cooper, J. E. 
Cooper, ^^'. R. 

CORBAN 



CORBIN 

Coru:m 

Cotten 

Caoughlin 

Co\tn 

Co\tngton 

covinton 




THE 





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John R. Craft, Sophomore, Memphis, Tenn. 

John V. Craft, Jr., Junior, Business, Isola, Miss. 

Omar Dell Craig, Freshman, Business, Louisville, Miss. 

Robert T. Cates, Sophomore, Pascagoula, Miss. 

Francis S. Crampton, Sophomore, Business, Meridian, Miss. 

Charles F. Crawford, Sophomore, Engineering, Greenville, Miss. 

Edwin E. Crawford, Junior, Agriculture, Senatobia, Miss. 

Jack O. Crawford, Junior, Business, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Julian W. Crawford, Jr., Freshman, Agriculture, Pi Kappa 
Alpha, Holly Bluff, Miss. 

Elizabeth Creekmore, Sophomore, Business, Zeta Tau Alpha, 
Meridian, Miss. 

Cecil O. Creel, Junior, Agriculture, Education, Neely, Miss. 

James R. Crenshaw, Freshman, Engineering, Saltillo, Miss. 

David C. Crews, Sophomore, Engineering Starkville, Miss. 

Eugene M. Cribbs, Sophomore, Agriculture, Sigma Chi, Tutwiler, 
Miss. 

Lenabel Cbibbs, Junior, Business, Zeta Tau Alpha, Tutwiler, 
Miss. 

Rapp, Wallace Crook, Freshman, Engineering, Sigma Chi, 
Yazoo City, Miss. 

William T. Cross, Freshman, Engineering, Tupelo, Miss. 

Vincent V. Crowe, Freshman, Business, Meridian, Miss. 

William A. Crozier, Sophomore, Glen Allen, Miss. 

G. F. Crumby, Junior, Agriculture, Woodland, Miss. 

Prentiss Crumpton, Freshman, Business^, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Starkville, Miss. 

Donald J. Cuevas, Junior, English, Gulfport, Miss. 

Dale Lemoine Cullen, Freshman, Dossville, Miss. 

Lester P. Cullen, Sophomore, Engineering, Theta Xi Gulfport, 
Miss. 

Doris L. Curtis, Freshman, Business, Ethel, Miss. 

Aaron Dewaine Dallas, Freshman, Agriculture, Meridian, Miss. 

Thomas A. Dallas, Junior, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, Natchez, 
Miss. 

Joseph Willard Daley, Freshman, Education, Carson, Miss. 



Gerald H. Daniel, Sophomore, Gulfport, Miss. 

Andrew Daniels, Junior, Business, Mobile, Ala. 

Robert L. Daniels, Jr., Freshman, Business, Phi Kappa Tau, 
Gulfport, Miss. 

Vincent A. Dauro, Sophomore, Agriculture, Gulfport, Miss. 

James K. Davidson, Sophomore, Engineering, Vicksburg, Miss. 

AuBiE Carlton Davis, Freshman, Sigma Pi, Coldwater, Miss. 

Charles Norbert Davis, Freshman, Starkville, Miss. 

George W. Davis, Sophomore, Engineering, Carriere, Miss. 

Harper Davis, Junior, Business, Kappa Sigma, Clarksdale, Miss. 

J. E. Davis, Sophomore, Meridian, Miss. 

Marvin E. David, Freshman, Agriculture, Pachuta, Miss. 

Noll Davis, Sophomore, Agriculture, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Ox- 
ford, Miss. 

Robert L. Davis, Jr., Junior, Hazelhurst, Miss. 

Weston S. Davis, Freshman, Business, Charleston, Miss. 

Wilbur Otis Davis, Freshman, Agriculture, Jackson, Miss. 

Herman Lafayette Dawkins, Leland, Miss. 

Joe V. Dawsey, Sophomore, Engineering, Coluinbus, Miss. 

Nathaniel T. Day, Sophomore, Sigma Pi, Jackson, Miss. 

Robert P. Day, Sophomore, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Memphis, 
Tenn. 

L. G. Dean, Freshman, Shaw, Miss. 

Robert B. Dean, Freshman, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Starkville, Miss. 

Edgar L. Dear, Junior, Engineering, Sledge, Miss. 

Betty Dearth, Sophomore, Education, Alpha Tau Alpha, Green- 
wood, Miss. 

Willie Mae Dearing, Sophomore, West Point, Miss. 

Jack H. Deaton, Junior, Education, Hazelhurst, Miss. 

Charles Burt Darden, Sophomore, Agriculture, Sigma Xi, Blan- 
ton. Miss. 

Samuel Fred Darnell, Freshman, Education, Caledonia, Miss. 

William Sidney Darsey, Sophomore Engineering, Kappa Sigma, 
Fayette, Miss. 



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Craft 

Craft, Jr. 

Craig 

Cates 

Crampton 

Crawford 

Crawford 

Crawford 

Crawford 

Creekmore 

Creel 

Crenshaw 

Crews 

Cribbs 



Cribbs 

Crook 

Cross 

Crowe 

Crozier 

Crumby 

Crumpton 



Cuevas 
Cullen 

CULLEN 

Curtis 
Dallas 
Dallas 
Daley 



Daniel 

Daniels 

Daniels, Jr. 

Darden 

Darnell 

Darsey 

Dauro 



Davidson 

Davis 

Davis 

Davis 

Davis 

Davis 

David 



Davis 

Davis 

Davis 

Davis 

Dawkins 

Dawsey 

Day 



Day 

Dean 

Dean 

Dear 

Dearth 

Dearing 

Deaton 



THE 




John F. Decelle, Junior, Hazelhurst, Miss. 
Sammy H. Dees, Junior, Agriculture, DeKalb, Miss. 

Robert J. Delpit, Junior, Freshman, Engineering, Pass Christian, 

Miss. 

Frances I. De Moville, Freshman, Education, Chi Omega, Oko- 
lona. Miss. 

John M. Dempsey, Jr., Junior, Theta Xi, McCool, Miss. 

Kendall Clark Dempsey, Freshman, Agriculture, Louisville, 
Miss. 

Farris Eugene Dendy, Sophomore, Woodland, Miss. 

Salvadore De Nicola, Freshman, Engineering, Gulfport, Miss. 

L. L. Denson, Sophomore, Starkville, Miss. 

Joseph H. Dent, Jr., Sophomore, Agriculture, Sigma Chi, Lor- 
man. Miss. 

Robert M. Dent, Sophomore, Agriculture, Raymond, Miss. 

James E. Dettman, Freshman, Greenville, Miss. 

Richard D. Deupree, Sophomore, Mobile, Ala. 

Kendall Parker Dexter, Freshman, Engineering, Kappa Alpha, 
Canton, Miss. 

Billy F. Dickard, Freshman, Business, Tehula, Miss. 

Euell L. Dickard, Junior, Education, Lexington, Miss. 

Ralph Lamar Dickerson, Freshman, Goodman, Miss. 

W. L. Dickerson, Junior, Agriculture, SalHs, Miss. 

C. K. Dilworth, Junior, Education, Memphis, Tenn. 

James Wm. Dixon, Freshman, Pi Kappa Alpha, Vaughn, Miss. 

John Cannon Doan, Freshman, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Jackson, Miss. 

James A. Doddridge, Jr., Freshman, Olive Branch, Miss. 

James Wm. Doler, Junior, Decatur, Miss. 

James S. Dollar, Sophomore, Business, Columbus, Miss. 

Joe W. Dollar, Junior, Education, Columbus, Miss. 

Mrs. Olive Dollar, Junior, Education, Columbus, Miss. 

Robert H. Donald, Freshman, Science, Quitman, Miss. 

Earl P. Doolittle, Freshman, Business, Eupora, Miss. 

William Edgar Dorroh, Freshman, Kappa Sigma, Malvina, 
Miss. 



William B. Dorsey, Freshman, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Natchez, Miss. 

James L. Dowdle, Freshman, Agriculture, Stewart, Miss. 

Raymond Dowdle, Freshman, Agriculture, Stewart, Miss. 

H. A. Downey, Jr., Freshman, Bovina, Miss. 

James C. Downey, Junior, Meridian, Miss. 

R. L. Downie, Special Student, Agriculture, West Enterprise, 
Miss. 

Downing, Sophomore, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, Vicks- 
burg. Miss. ' 

Charles Edward Draper, Freshman, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Greenville, Miss. 

J. R. Dudley, Sophomore, Scooba, Miss. 

Milton E. Duke, Freshman, Business, Lamba Chi Alpha, Bald- 
wyn. Miss. 

George H. Dulin, Freshman, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Greenwood, 
Miss. 

Frank M. Duncan, Freshman, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha 
Yazoo City, Miss. 

L. J. Dunkin, Sophomore, Agriculture, Yazoo City, Miss. 

Clarence Ray Durham, Freshman, Collins, Miss. 

Thomas J. Dyess, Jr., Freshman, Rome, Miss. 

Lauress C. Early, Memphis, Tenn. 

John David Easley, Jr., Junior, Magnolia, Miss. 

Frank Watson Eddins, Freshman, Helena, Ark. 

Allen L. Edwards, Sophomore, Agriculture, Lambda Chi Alpha 
Indianola, Miss. 

Douglas E. Edwards, Junior, Phi Kappa Tau, Jackson, Miss. 

John A. Edwards, Freshman, Agriculture, Pi Kappa Alpha, Le 
land, Miss. 

Josephine Edwards, Sophomore, Business, Zeta Tau Alpha, Hous 
ton. Miss. 

T. A. Egger, Junior, Business, Columbus, Miss. 

Fred V. Eggerton, Junior, Meridian, Miss. 

Hugh R. Eggerton, Sophomore, Meridian, Miss. 

Hugh A. Ehrlich, Sophomore, Business, Sigma Chi, Rolling Fork, 
Miss. 

Allen P. Eiland, Jr., Sophomore, Agriculture, Lambda Ch 
Alpha, Clarksdale, Miss. 



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Dees 

Delpit 

DeMoville 

Dempsey 

Dempsey 

Dendy 

De Nicola 

Denson 

Dent 

Dent 

Dettman 

Deupree 

Dexter 



DiCKARD 
DlCKAlU) 
DiCKERSON 
DiCKERSON 

Dilvvorth 

DlXON 
DOAN 



Doddridge 

DOLER 

Dollar 
Dollar 
Dollar 
Donald 
doolittle 



DORROH 

Dorsey 

DOWDLE 
DOWDLE 

Downey, Jr. 

Downey 

Downie 



Downing 
Draper 
Dudley 
Duke 

DULIN 

Duncan 
Dunkin 



Durham 

Dyess, Jr. 

Early 

Easley, Jr. 

Eddins 

Edwards 

Edwards 

Edwards 

Edwards 

Egger 

Eggerton 

Eggerton 

Ehrlich 

ElLAND, Jr. 



THE 




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Joyce M. Elder, Freshman, Business, Chi Omega, Biloxi, Miss, 
James Allen Ellard, Sophomore, Pittsboro, Miss. 
William C. Ellington, Freshman, Science, Greenville, Miss. 
Edwin Ellis, Freshman, Business, Kappa Sigma, Lexington, Miss 
Henry G. Ellis, Sophomore, Lyon, Miss. 

Lester Ellis, Freshman, Science, Clarksdale, Miss. 

NiCHOLOS M. Ellis, Freshman, Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau 
Port Gibson, Miss. 

Walter Lee Ellis, Sophomore, Business, Kosciusko, Miss. 

Chris M. Elmore, Jr., Junior, Science, Sigma Pi, Hornlake, Miss 

James R. England, Freshman, Agriculture, Eupora, Miss. 

Olis D. English, Sophomore, Booneville, Miss. 

David H. Epperson, Junior, Pass Christian, Miss. 

Edward C. Epperson, Junior, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Greenville, Miss. 

Allen Forrest Estes, Jr., Freshman, Alpha Tau Omega, Benoit 
Miss. 

Alvah Russ Estes, Sophomore, Philadelphia, Miss. 

Benton Payne Estes, Freshman, Yazoo City, Miss. 

Charles Everett Estes, Freshman, Philadelphia, Miss. 

Buford O. Estridge, Freshman, Business, Leaksville, Miss. 

Ray D. Etheridge, Freshman, Charleston, Miss. 

William E. Ethridge, Junior, Agriculture, Bailey, Miss. 

William H. Eubanks, Junior, Alpha Tau Omega, Columbus 
Miss. 

Daisy E. Evans, Junior, Business, Brookhaven, Miss. 

Howard M. Evans, Sophomore, Engineering, Sigma Chi, Green 
wood. Miss. 

L. L. Evans, Jr., Sophomore, Kappa Alpha, Canton, Miss. 

Richard M. Ewing, Junior, Pi Kappa Alpha, Amory, Miss. 

Henry M. Faler, Freshman, Seminary, Miss. 

Bruce J. Fanguy, Sophomore, Sigma Chi, Greenwood, Miss. 

Patsy A. Farmer, Freshman, Science, Zeta Tau Alpha, Jackson, 
Miss. 

W. H. Farr, Junior, Business, Meridian, Miss. 



Robert W. Featherstone, Freshman, Indianola, Miss. 

Edward Ferguson, Junior, Education, Pi Kappa Alpha, Colum- 
bus, Miss. 

Joseph W. Ferguson, Sophomore, Business, Weir, Miss. 

William T. Ferguson, Junior, Tutwiler, Miss. 

Philip R. Ferris, Junior, Agriculture, Pi Kappa Alpha, Bentonia, 

Miss. 

Rudolph L. Fields, Sophomore, Business, Ecru, Miss. 

Edward L. Filgo, Fresliman, Agriculture, Shannon, Miss. 

Robert A. Filgo, Freshman, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha, Tupelo, 
Miss. 

Jacob Fisher, Junior, Agriculture, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, James- 
town, Miss. 

Robroy D. Fisher, Junior, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Jonestown 
Miss. 

James L. Flanagan, Sophomore, Sigma Chi, Greenwood, Miss. 

Thomas M. Flanagan, Freshman, Sigma Chi, Greenwood, Miss. 

Henry F. Fleming, Sophomore, Agriculture, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Cruger, Miss. 

Gaston C. Fletcher, Freshman, Ocean Springs, Miss. 

Earl G. Flippen, Sophomore, Engineering, McCarley, Miss. 

Edwin A. Flint, Freshman, Science, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Bates- 
ville. Miss. 

Charles C. Floyd, Jr., Junior, Agriculture, Bruce, Miss. 

William Charles Flynt, Freshman, Agriculture, Phi Kappa Tau, 
Pascagoula, Miss. 

Ray B. Foil, Junior, Engineering, Tylertown, Miss. 

Mack W. Fondren, Sophomore, Agriculture, Mathiston, Miss. 

Thomas H. Fondren, Freshman, Belzoni, Miss. 

Forrest Fooshee, Junior, Business, Bruce, Miss. 

Harry B. Forbes, Junior, Business, Sigma Pi, Sandy Hook, Miss. 

William H. Ford, Sophomore, Engineering, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Caley Foreman, Sophomore, Engineering, Sigma Chi, Green- 
wood, Miss. 

Edward Gilbert Foresman, Freshman, Engineei./ig, Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon, Greenville, Miss. 

Rosemary Foresman, Junior, Business, Chi Omega, Greenville, 
Miss. 



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Ellard 

Ellington 

Ellis 

Ellis 

Ellis 

Ellis 

Ellis 

Elmore, Jr. 

England 

English 

Eppebson 

Epperson 

EsTEs, Jr. 



Estes 

EsTES 
ESTES 

estbidge 

Etheridge 

Ethridge 

EUBANKS 



Evans 
Evans 
Evans, Jr. 

EWING 

Faler 

Fanguy 

Farmer 



Farr 

Featherstone 

Ferguson 

Ferguson 

Ferguson 

Ferris 

Fields 



Filgo 

FiLGO 

Fisher 

Fisher 

Flanagan 

Flanagan 

Flemming 



Fletcher 

Flippen 

Flint 

Floyd, Jr. 

Flynt 

Foil 

Fondren 



Fondren 

Fooshee 

Forbes 

Ford 

Foreman 

Foresman 

Foresman 



THE 




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C. p. Forrest, Sophomore, Business, Charleston, Miss. ' 

Thomas Lee Forrest, Jr., Sophomore, Engineering, Kappa 
Alpha, Greenwood, Miss. 

James C. Fortenberry, Junior, Oakvale, Miss. 

Robert E. Fortenberry, Junior, Education, Progress, Miss. 

Hubert C. Foster, Jr., Freshman, Business, Winona, Miss. 

James E. Foster, Junior, Engineering, Jackson, Miss. 

Joe H. Foster, Sophomore,' Brookhaven, Miss. 

Robert S. Foster, Freshman, Business, Winona, Miss. 

Benjamin M. Fouche, Sophomore, Business, Yazoo City, Miss. 

Tom Eden Fouche, Junior, Agriculture, Phi Kappa Tau, Yazoo 
City, Miss. 

Ike D. Franklin, Sophomore, Kappa Alpha, Columbus, Miss. 

Rodney C. Freeman, Jr., Sophomore, Engineering, Sigma Pi, 
Houston, Texas 

Jeff B. Fulmek, Jr., Sophomore, Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Canton, Miss. 

Curtis R. Fulton, Freshman, Business, Columbus, Miss. 

Noland W. Fulton, Junior, Science, Louisville, Miss. 

O. B. Fulton, Freshman, Business, Columbus, Miss. 

William A. Fulton, Freshman, Engineering, Louisville, Miss. 

Joseph Newton Fultz, Freshman, Agriculture, Starkville, Miss. 

■ Dallas R. Fuqua, Freshman, Engineering, Amory, Miss. 

James A. Gaines, Freshman, Business, West Point, Miss. 

Jasper F. Galbreath, Freshman, Science, Theta Xi, Lorman, 

Miss. 

Albert H. Gallaher, Junior, Engineering, Cliffside Park, N. J. 

George K. Galloway, Freshman, Engineering, Kappa Sigma, 
McComb, Miss. 

David K. Galtney, Freshman, Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Cor- 
inth, Miss. 

William J. Gamble, Freshman, Business, Starkville, Miss. 

Bruce F. Gannaway, Freshman, Engineering, Nesbitt, Miss. 

William Garbo, Freshman, Engineering, Laurel, Miss. 

Warren J. Gardner, Junior, Engineering, Kappa Alpha, Colum- 
bus, Miss. 



Walter D. Garland, Jr., Freshman, Business, Kappa Alpha, 
Crustal Springs, Miss. 

A. C. Garner, Sophomore, Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Magnolia, 
Miss. 

Calvin N. Garner, Jr., Freshman, Engineering, Sanatorium, Miss. 

Warren Garrard, Jr., Junior, Carrolton, Miss. 

Hugh P. Callaway, Jr., Freshman, Business, New Augusta, Miss. 

Harry F. Garretson, Jr., Junior, Engineering, Lakesville, Miss. 

Oscar Garreston, Sophomore, Business, Leakesville, Miss. 

Everette W. Garrison, Sophomore, Agriculture, Noxapater, Miss. 

Lewis N. Garrison, Junior, Agriculture, Ripley, Miss. 

Mary Love Gartin, Sophomore, Education, West Point, Miss. 

Floyd Hobson Gary, Sophomore, Agriculture, Sigma Chi, 
Schlater, Miss. 

W. H. Gary, Freshman, Eupora, Miss. 

Robert T. Gatlin, Sophomore, Business, Starkville, Miss. 

Wallace Gay, Freshman, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Yeun L. Gee, Freshman, Ruleville, Miss. 

Ernest C. Geer, Sophomore, Laurel, Miss. 

Samuel H. Geiger, Junior, Agriculture, Lucedale, Miss. 

Robert P. George, Sophomore, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Chattanooga, 
Tenn. 

Guy Germany, Junior, Union, Miss. 

Dennis Gerhard, Freshman, Education, Yazoo City, Miss. 

Lafayette E. Gholston, Graduate, Baldwyn, Miss. 

Zack L. Gibson, Jr., Sophomore, Agriculture, Mendenhall, Miss. 

Monroe C. Gideon, Jr., Freshman, Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Starkville, Miss. 

Howard Gill, Sophomore, Engineering, Holly Springs, Miss. 

John Frank Gillentine, Sophomore, Agriculture, Lake Cormo- 
rant, Miss. • 

Jeanne Gilliland, Junior, Education, Tremont, Miss. 

James E. Gilmer, Junior, Science, Toccopola, Miss. 

James O. Gilmore, Sophomore, Science, Macon, Miss. 



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Forrest 

Forrest, Jr. 

fortenberry 

Fortenberry 

Foster, Jr. 

Foster 

Fostt;r 

Foster 
Fouche 
Fouche 
Franklin 
Freeman, Jr. 
FULMER, Jr. 

Fulton 



Fulton 
Fulton 
Fulton 
Fultz 

FUQUA 

Gaines 
Galbreath 



Gallaher 

Galloway 

Galtney 

Gamble 

Gannaway 

Garbo 

Gardner 



Garland, Jr. 
Garner 
Garner, Jr. 
Garrard, Jr. 
Garraway, Jr. 
Garretson, Jr. 
Garbeston 



Garrison 

Garrison 

Gartin 

Gary 

Gary 

Gatlin 

Gay 



Gee 

Geer 

Geiger 

George 

Germany 

Gerrard 

Gholston 



Gibson, Jr. 
Gideon, Jr. 
Gill 

GiLLENTINE 

Gilliland 
Gilmer 

GiLMORE 



THE 




Chables Ben Gladney, Jr., Freshman, Weir, Miss. 

Irma Lois Gladney, Junior, Education, Artesis, Miss. 

Thomas Glenn Gladney, Jr., Sophomore, English, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, Jackson, Miss. 

Ben C. Glenn, Sophomore, Engineering, Winona, Miss. 

Elijah T. Gober, Sophomore, Business, Jackson, Miss. 

D. S. GoFF, Sophomore, Engineering, Lucedale, Miss. 

William M. Goff, Sophomore, Science, Ganton, Miss. 

John B. Going, Sophomore, Business, Galthoun City, Miss. 

Byron B. Golden, Freshman, Taylorsville, Miss. 

Harold G. Golden, Freshman, Yazoo Gity, Miss. 

Ronert W. Gong, Freshman, Engineering, Duncan Miss. 

William F. Goodwin, Freshman, Agriculture, Aberdeen, Miss. 

Bobby H. Gordon, Sophomore, Alpha Tau Omega, Canton, Miss. 

James R. Gordon, Sophomore, Houlka, Miss. 

William D. Gordon, Freshman, Education, Bucatunna, Miss. 

Luther A. Goudelock, Freshman, Business, Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Thomas Charles Gower, Sophomore, Kappa Sigma, Baldwyn, 
Miss. 

John N. Grace, Junior, Education, New Albany, Miss. 

Merril Brooks Graddy, Freshman, Ecru, Miss. 

Kathleene Peay Grafton, Junior, Science, Starkville, Miss. 

Surry A. Grafton, Sophomore, Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Memphis, Miss. 

William L. Grafton, Freshman, Memphis, Miss. 

Andrew J. Graham, Junior, Rosehiss, Miss. 

James Wm. Graham, Freshman, Waynesboro, Miss. 

Pete E. Graham, Sophomore, Business, Okolona, Miss. 

Glenn R. Crammer, Freshman, Friars Point, Miss. 

Samuel Edward Grant, Freshman, Engineering, Laurel, Miss. 

James H. Grass, Junior, Friars Point, Miss. 

Clinton H. Graves, Jr., Freshman, Agriculture, Ackerman, Miss. 



Ernest D. Graves, Freshman, Engineering, Kappa Alpha, Meri- 
gold. Miss. 

Joseph N. Graves, Sophomore, Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Houlka, Miss. 

MuRLiN C. Graves, Sophomore, Agriculture, Ackerman, Miss. 

William G. Graves, Jr., Sophomore, Phi Kappa Tau, Rienzi, Miss 

Hugh C. Gray, Junior, Phi Kappa Tau, Tupelo, Miss. 

Ruth Elizabeth Gray, Sophomore, Business, Chi Omega, Bay St. 
Louis, Miss. 

William M. Gray, Freshman, Agriculture, Pelahatchie, Miss. 

Guy R. Green, Jr., Sophomore, Business, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Greenwood, Miss. 

James B. Grice, Freshman, Theta Xi, Picayune, Miss. 

James Griffen, Sophomore, Engineering, Sigma Phi, Meridian 
Miss. 

MuRRY S. Griffin, Freshman, Engineering, Utica, Miss. 

Robert Griffin, Sophomore, Engineering, Phi Kappa Alpha, Gulf- 
port, Miss. 

David Nicholas Griffith, Freshman, Gloster, Miss. 

William P. Griffith, Junior, Science, Ackerman, Miss. 

Eugenia Grissom, Sophomore, Education, Guntown, Miss. 

Jimmy Grossnickle, Junior, Science, Kappa Sigma, Columbus, 
Miss. 

Edward Sims Guerr, Freshman, Artesia, Miss. 

William W. Guerry, Sophomore, Artesia, Miss. 

Harold Nathan Gully, Freshman, Neshoba, Miss. 

Raymond G. Gunn, Sophomore, Walnut, Miss. 

Walter L. Guyton, Freshman, Engineering, Cotton Plant, Miss. 

Robert D. Guyton, Sophomore, Science, Kosciusko, Miss. 

Michael Habeeb, 77, Sophomore, Lambda Chi Alpha, Vicks- 
burg, Aiiss. 

James Conrad Hackleman, Freshman, Engineering, Columbus, 

Miss. 

Thomas J. Hailes, Jr., Freshman, Phitman, Miss. 

Clarence M. Haines Junior, Engineering, Memphis, Tenn. 

Burton D. Halbert, Junior, Engineering, Kappa Alpha, Colum- 
bus, Miss. 



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Gladney, Jr. 
Gladney 
Gladney, Jr. 
Glenn 

GOBER 

GOFF 

GOFF 

Going 

Golden 

Golden 

Gong 

Goodwin 

Gordon 

Gordon 



Gordon 

goudelock 

Gower 

Grace 

Graddy 

Grafton 

Grafton 



Grafton 

Graham 

Graham 

Graham 

Grammer 

Grant 

Grass 



Graves, Jr. 

Graves 

Graves 

Graves 

Graves, Jr. 

Gray 

Gray 



Gray 

Green, Jr. 

Grice 

Griffen 

Griffin 

Griffin 

Griffith 



Griffith 
Grissom 
Grossnickle 
Guerry 

GUERRY 

Gully 
Gunn 

GUYTON 

Guyton 
Habeeb, II 
Hackleman 
Hailes, Jr. 
Haines 
Halbert 



THE 





Edward E. Hale, Sophomore, Business, Sigma Pi, Corinth, Miss. Thomas Earl Hakdy, Freshman, Neshoba, Miss. 



Charles J. Haley, Sophomore, Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Mc- 
Comb, Miss. 

Caddis G. Hall, Junior, Engineering, Jackson, Miss. 

Eugene Wood Hall, Freshman, Vicksburg, Miss. 

C. T. Hall, Jr., Junior, Coldwater, Miss. 

Harry W. Hall, Sophomore, Natchez, Miss. 

Otto W. Hall, Freshman, Engineering, Hollendale, Miss. 

Lauton Hall, Sophomore, Behnont, Miss. 

T. B. Hall, Junior, Coldwater, Miss. 

William Daniel Hall, Freshman 

Wm. E. Hall, Junior, Agriculture, Belzoni, Miss. 

Robert A. Hallman, Freshman, Business, Sigma Chi, Merigold, 
Miss. 

Charles K. Hamer, Junior, Kilmichael, Miss. 

Howard F. Hamill, Sophomore, Sturgis, Miss. 

Albert G. Hamilton, Sophomore, Business, Sigma Chi, Cleve- 
land, Miss. 

Denson D. Hamilton, Freshman, Agriculture, Hurley, Miss. 

Julian S. Hamilton, Freshman, Engineering Jackson, Miss. 

Warren I. Hammett, Junior, Kappa Alpha, Greenville, Miss. 

Robert Y. Hammond, Junior, Agriculture, Kappa Sigma, Itta 
Bena, Miss. 

George Linton Hampton, Freshman, Kappa Sigma, Jackson, 

Miss. 

Thomas T. Hamick, Graduate, Jachin, Ala. 

William P. Hanrahan, Junior, Business, Sigma Pi, McComb, 

Miss. 

Edna B. Harbough, Sophomore, Education, Meridian, Miss. 

James A. Harbough, Junior, Agriculture, Union, Miss. 

Robert K. Hardage, Junior, Agriculture, Madden, Miss. 

CuLLEN Archie Hardin, Freshman, Agriculture, Isola, Miss. 

William E. Harding, Jr., Sophomore, Sigma Chi, Greenwood, 
Miss. 

Paul E. Hardy, Sophomore, Neshoba, Miss. 



Bernard Harford, Sophomore, Business, Sigma Pi, Meridian, 
Miss. 

Stewart J. Harger, Sophomore, Starkville, Miss. 

Jean Harkey, Sophomore, Jackson, Miss. 

Mary Conn Harleston, Sophomore, Business, Chi Omega, Tyler- 
town, Miss. 

Miller B. Harmon, Freshman, Batesville, Miss. 

Miles Douglas Harper, Jr., Sophomore, Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Charles K. Harell, Freshman, Business, Pheba, Miss. 

Chester T. Harrell, Freshman, Marks, Miss. 

Waterer Billy Harris, Freshman, Sigma Epsilon, Cruger, Miss. 

CoNWELL R. Harris, Sophomore, Business, Kappa Sigma, Aber- 
deen, Miss. 

John E. Harris, Junior, Agriculture, Starkville, Miss. 

Katharyn Harris, Sophomore, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha, 
Macon, Miss. 

Abner C. Harrison, Sophomore, West Point, Miss. 

Gray W. Harrison, Sophomore, Agriculture, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Scobey, Miss. 

Jere D. Harrison, Freshman, Engineering, Jackson, Miss. 

James W. Harvey, Sophomore, Engineering, Lauderdale, Miss. 

Joseph M. Harvey, Freshman, Winona, Miss. 

Henry L. Havens, Sophomore, Engineering, Meridian, Miss. 

Charles B. Hawkins, Freshman, Business, Calhoun City, Miss. 

Connie Hay, Junior, Education, Blytheville, Miss. 

Glenn J. Haynes, Graduate, Engineering Fulton, Miss. 

Dewey C. Haynes, Sophomore, Science, Memphis, Tenn. 

William H. Hayes, Jr., Freshman, Yazoo City, Miss. 

Mildred Hays, Junior, Education, Starkville, Miss. 

William Louis Hays, Freshman, Agriculture, Kappa Sigma, Dub- 
lin, Miss. 

John W. Head, Sophomore, Business, Alpha Tau Omega, Yokena, 
Miss. 

Donald T. Head, Freshman, Business, Columbus, Miss. 



84 






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Hale 

Haley 

Hall 

Hall 

Hall, Jr. 

Hall 

Hall 

Hall 

Hall 

Hall 

Hall 

Hallman 

Hamer 

Hamill 



Hamilton 

Hamilton 

Hamilton 

Hammett 

Hammond 

Hampton 

Hamick 



Hankahan 

Harbour 

Harbour 

Hardage 

Hardin 

Harding, Jr. 

Hardy 



Hardy 

Harford 

Harder 

Harkey 

Harleston 

Harmon 

Harper, Jr. 



Harell 

Harrell 

Harris 

Harris 

Harris 

Harris 

Harrison 



Harrison 

Harrison 

Harvey 

Harvey 

Havens 

Hawkins 

Hay 



Haynes 

Haynes 

Haves 

Hays 

Hays 

Head 

Head 



THE 




James R. Hearn, Freshman, Business, Sigma Pi, Rienzi, Miss. 

T. Eldon Hearon, Junior, Engineering, Phi Kappa Alpha, Jack- 
son, Miss. 

Albert R. Hegman, Freshman, Business, Phi Kappa Alpha, Holly 
Bluff, Miss. 

Lois Hegwood, Junior, Science, Greenwood, Miss. 

Louis T. Hemphill, Freshman, Engineering, Florence, Miss. 

Jack P. Henderson, Freshman, Business, Greenville, Miss. 

Luther D. Henderson, Jr., Junior, Business, Sigma Pi, Preston, 

Miss. 

H. L. Hendrick, Jr., Freshman, Engineering, Purvis, Miss. 

James Law Hendricks, Sophomore, Business, Lambda Chi, Boyle, 
Miss. 

E. Chester Henley, Freshman, Education, Tupelo, Miss. 

Evert J. Henley, Freshman, Engineering, Louise, Miss. 

Jessie G. Henry, Junior, Science, Pontotoc, Miss. 

Robert L. Henry, Freshman, Engineering, Calhoun City, Miss. 

Thomas B. Henry, Jr., Sophomore, Agriculture, Vicksburg, Miss. 

George A. Hensarling, Jr., Junior, Business, Petal, Miss. 

Kinard Dale Hensarling, Freshman, Business, Sigma Chi, Petal, 
Miss. 

William B. Herrington, Junior, Engineering, Mt. Olive, Miss. 

Daniel B. Hester, Freshman, Agriculture, Bude, Miss. 

Lo Moss Hicks, Freshman, Agriculture, Jackson, Miss. 

Mervyn Briscoe Higman, Freshman, Engineering, Theta Zi, 
Jackson, Miss. 

Cecil R. Hill, Freshman, Engineering, Okolona, Miss. 

Charles G. Hill, Freshman, Business, New Albany, Miss. 

Charles W. Hill, Junior, Engineering, Calhoun City, Miss. 

Grady Elzey Hill, Jr., Sophomore, Science, Sigma Chi, Cal- 
houn City, Miss. 

Hermon H. Hill, Sophomore, Aberdeen, Miss. 

James O. Hill, Agriculture, Aberdeen, Miss. 

Lillian M. Hill, Sophomore, Business, Zeta Tau Alpha, Tupelo, 
Miss. 

O'Farrell C. Hill, Junior, Engineering, Laurel, Miss. 



Robert D. Hill, Junior, Education, Louisville, Miss. 

Elmer B. Hillman, Junior, Education, Neely, Miss. 

Sarah A. Hillman, Junior, Business, Union, Miss. 

James A. Hines, Freshman, Business, Jackson, Miss. 

William Hines, Freshman, Engineering, Detroit, Mich. 

Charles F. Hinton, Sophomore, Agriculture, Soso, Miss. 

Richard L. Hinton, Freshman, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Corinth, Miss. 

Edgar R. Hitchins, Freshman, Engineering, Theta Xi, Jackson, 
Miss. 

Harry G. Hively, Freshman, Agriculture, Kappa Sigma, Shelby, 

Miss. 

C. L. Hobart, Jr., Sophomore, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Greenville, Miss. 

Percy L. Hodges, Freshman, Agriculture, McAdams, Miss. 

Raymond D. Hodges, Sophomore, Sigma Chi, Clinton, La. 

Benjamin J. Hogan, Freshman, Science, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Camille Hogan, Freshman, Business, Starkville, Miss. 

Dallas L. Holbrook, Junior, Ashland, Miss. 

John D. Holditch, Junior, Education, Ecru, Miss. 

Hoyt Thomas Holland, Jr., Sophomore, Kappa Alpha, Jackson, 
Miss. 

Wilbur R. Holland, Sophomore, Agriculture, Mathiston, Miss. 
Anna May Holley, Sophomore, Science, Scott, Miss. 

Edward Austin Hollingsworth, Junior, Agriculture, Carthage, 

Miss. 

Mary Hollingsworth, Freshman, Education, Belmont, Miss. 

W. T. Hollingsworth, Junior, Business, Kappa Sigma, Newton, 
Miss. 

James Hollis, Freshman, Education, Gattman, Miss. 

Johnnie O. Hollis, Sophomore, Business, New Albany, Miss. 

Richard S. Hollis, Sophomore, Science, Pi Kappa Alpha, Amory, 
Miss. 

Richard M. Holmes, Freshman, Engineering, Hattiesburg, Miss. 
Rudolph Holton, Sophomore, Business, Louisville, Miss. 
Herbert H. Hoop, Sophomore, Engineering, Cascilla, Miss. 



86 



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Hearn 

Heahon 

Hecman 

H EG WOOD 

Hemphill 

Henderson 

Henderson 



Hendrick 
Hendricks 
Henley 
Henley 
Henry, J. 
Henry, R. 
Henry, T. 



Hensarling, G. 
Hensarling, K. 
Herrington 
Hester 
Hicks 

HiCMAN 

Hill 



Hill 

Hill 

Hill, Jr. 

Hill 

Hill 

Hill 

Hill 



Hill 
Hillman 

HiLLMAN 
HiNES 

Hines 

HiNTON 

Hinton 



HiTCHINS 

Hively 
Hobart, Jr. 
Hodges 
Hodges 

HOGAN 

Hogan 

Hole rook 

holditch 

Holland, Jr. 

Holland 

Holley 

Hollingsworth 

Hollingsworth 

hollings^^'ohth 

HOLLIS 
HOLLIS 
HOLLIS 

Holmes 

HOLTON 

Hoop 



THE 




Eugene Hopper, Sophomore, Engineering, Corinth, Miss. 

James M. Hopper, Sophomore, Business, Sigma Chi, Sidon, Miss. 

Claud Hopkins, Freshman, Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau, Tupelo, 
Miss. 

Lloyd E. Horton, Junior, Agriculture, Ripley, Miss. 

Edward J. Hosemann, Sophomore, Business, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Anse J. HosEY, Sophomore, Education, Rose Hill, Miss. 

Thomas J. Hossley, Freshman, Engineering, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Jamie G. Houston, Jr., Sophomore, Science, New Albany, Miss. 

Floyd J. Hovas, Sophomore, Engineering, State College, Miss. 

H. G. Howell, Jr., Junior, Business, Aberdeen, Miss. 

Jack D. Howell, Freshman, Business, Plantersville, Miss. 

J. W. Howell, Freshman, Business, Starkville, Miss. 

Nellie Jean Howell, Sophomore, Business, Starkville, Miss. 

Paul A. Howell, Sophomore, Business, Hattiesburg, Miss. 

James H. Hoyle, Sophomore, Engineering, Gulfport, Miss. 

Billy M. Huddleston, Sophomore, Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Utica, Miss. 

James Dennis Hudson, Freshman, Engineering, Alpha Tau 
Omega, Columbus, Miss. 

John Reynal Hudson, Sophomore, Engineering, Alpha Tau 
Omega, Louisville, Miss. 

John Estus Hudson, Junior, Engineering, Laurel, Miss. 

Harry C. Huey, Freshman, Pontotoc, Miss. 

William W. Huff, Junior, Engineering, Caledonia, Miss. 

James E. Hughes, Freshman, Business, Greenwood, Miss. 

Jesse G. Hughes, Jr., Junior, Business, Clarksdale, Miss. 

Vernon T. Hughes, Sophomore, Business, Clarksdale, Miss. 

John J. Humphreys, Junior, Agriculture, Pi Kappa Alpha, Yazoo 
City, Miss. 

Russell D. Humphreys, Sophomore, Business, Winona, Miss. 

Alvie L. Hunt, Sophomore, Engineering, Cleveland, Miss. 

Earlene Hunter, Junior, Business, Zeta Tau Alpha^ Greenwood, 
Miss. 



Estel S. Hunter, Freshman, Agriculture, Sherman, Miss. 

Harbour K. Hunter, Junior, Agriculture, Decatur, Miss. 

Mark G. Hunter, Sophomore, Business, Smithville, Miss. 

Paul M. Hunter, Freshman, Agriculture, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
State College, Miss. 

William S. Huntington, Freshman, Engineering, Pi Kappa 
Alpha, Amory, Miss. 

Charles A. Hurston, Freshman, Agriculture, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Slate Springs, Miss. 

James T. Hurston, Jr., Freshman, Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Slate Springs, Miss. 

Benjamin C. Hurt, Jr., Junior, Agriculture, Louisville, Miss. 

Robert Neal Hurt, Sophomore, Louisville, Miss. 

Frank Hutchins, Sophomore, Education, Big Creek, Miss. 

Lee C. Hutchison, Sophomore, Education, Summit, Miss. 

Ray D. Irby, Freshman, Meridian, Miss. 

James Prentiss Ishee, Sophomore, Education, Stringer, Miss. 

Carl J. Izard, Junior, Hazlehurst, Miss. 

Francis C. Izard, Junior, Hazlehurst, Miss. 

Elman D. Jackson, Sophomore, Business, Sturgis, Miss. 

Frederick Z. Jackson, Freshman, Business, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Kosciusko, Miss. 

James D. Jackson, Sophomore, Agriculture, Sturgis, Miss. 

Leo W. Jackson, Freshman, Meridian, Miss. 

Marvin L. Jackson, Freshman, Education, Bassfield, Miss. 

Otha Dill Jackson, Freshman, Agriculture, Philadelphia, Miss. 

Ralph D. Jackson, Freshman, Tremont, Miss. 

Raymond J. Jackson, Sophomore, Business, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Kosciusko, Miss. 

T. W. Jackson, Jr., Freshman, New Albany, Miss. 

Billy James, Freshman, Engineering, Jackson, Miss. 

Bob James, Freshman, Business, Sigma Chi, Petal, Miss. 

Francis M. James, Freshman, Centerville, Miss. 

James N. James, Junior, Engineering, Oxford, Miss. 



^ ^ ^ A. ,^ 




Hopper 
Hooper 
Hopkins 

HORTON 

Hosemann 

HOSEY 
HOSSLEY 

Houston, Jr. 

HOVAS 

HowELL, Jr. 
Howell 

HOWELL 
HOWELL 

Howell 

HOYLE 

huddleston 
Hudson 
Hudson 
Hudson 

HUEY 

Huff 



Hughes 

Hughes, Jr. 

Hughes 

Humphreys 

Humphreys 

Hunt 

Hunter 



Hunter 

Hunter 

Hunter 

Hunter 

Huntington 

Hurston 

Hurston, Jr. 



Hurt, Jr. 

Hurt 

hutchins 

Hutchison 

Irby 

ISHEE 

Izard 



Izard 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Jackson, Jr. 

James 

James 

James 

James 



THE 




J. H. James, Jr., Junior, Engineering, Brookhaven, Miss. 
Oma B. James, Freshman, Engineering, Meehan Junction, Miss. 
Hubert M. Jamison, Junior, Independence, Miss. 
Robert M. Jamison, Jr., Engineering, Abbeville, Miss. 
Benjamin F. Jarman, Freshman, Business, Sigma Xi, Sidon, Miss. 
William C. Jefcoat, Jr., Education, Soso, Miss. 
Walton E. Jemison, Sophomore, Business, Stallo, Miss. 
Ballard Jenkins, Freshman, Agriculture, Thomastown, Miss. 

Lewis P. Jenkins, Junior, Agriculture Administration, Kosciusko, 

Miss. 

John Doss Jennings, Freshman, Business, Kosciusko, Miss. 

Allen Eugene Johnson, Freshman, Agriculture, Boligee, Ala. 

Billy Johnson, Freshman, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Jack- 
son, Miss. 

Charles C. Johnson, Freshman, Business, Sigma Xi, Verona, Miss. 

Denton Tyrue Johnson, Junior, Agriculture, Education, Laurel, 

Miss. 

Flavil Leon Johnson, Freshman, Engineering, Red Bay, Ala. 

George W. Johnson, Junior, Engineering, CofFeeville, Miss. 

Hoyt C. Johnson, Freshman, Business, Columbus, Miss. 

H. W. Johnson, Junior, Business, Theta Xi, Columbus, Miss. 

Johne E. Johnson, Sophomore, Business, Aberdeen, Miss. 

Mrs. Ruth M. Johnson, Sophomore, Education, Dorsey, Miss. 

Wallace R. Johnson, Freshman, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon, Lexington, Miss. 

Walter Allen Johnson, Freshman, Business, Theta Xi, Laurel, 

Miss. 

Wiley L. Johnson Sophomore, Engineering, Dorsey, Miss. 

William G. Johnson, Junior, Business, Kappa Alpha, Columbus, 
Miss. 

Willie C. Johnson, Junior, Science, Richton, Miss. 

Edgar D. Johnston, Sophomore, Science, Pi Kappa Alpha, Gulf- 
port, Miss. 

Robert L. Johnston, Sophomore, Engineering, CofFeeville, Miss. 
Walter S. Joiner, Freshman, Agriculture, Minter City, Miss. 
Helen E. Jolly, Sophomore, Business, Vicksburg, Miss. 



Bernard B. Jones, Freshman, Agriculture, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Tchula, Miss. 

Billy Deen Jones, Freshman, Agriculture, Sigma Xi, Hollandale, 
Miss. 

Blanton J. Jones, Freshman, Agriculture, Holly Springs, Miss. 

Charlie Walter Jones, Sophomore, Agriculture, Kappa Alpha, 
Macon, Miss. 

Daniel E. Jones, Sophomore, Business, Mize, Miss. 

Egbert W. Jones, Freshman, Agriculture, Kappa Alpha, Holly 
Springs, Miss. 

Emmett Jones, Junior, Business, Alpha Tau Omega, Yazoo City, 
Miss. 

Fred Powers Jones, Sophomore, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon, Starkville, Miss. 

Gay D. Jones, Sophomore, Engineering, Sigma Xi, Greenwood, 

Miss. 

Harold G. Jones, Sophomore, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Jackson, Miss. 

Irven Thomas Jones, Sophomore, Agriculture, Richton, Miss. 

John M. Jones, Freshman, Agriculture, AHceville, Miss. 

Landon Lea Jones, Junior, Science, Osyka, Miss. 

Morris R. Jones, Freshman, Engineering, Quitman, Miss. 

Robert P. Jones, Freshman, Engineering New Albany, Miss. 

Robert W. Jones, Sophomore, Pi Kappa Alpha, Starkville, Miss. 

Walker W. Jones, Sophomore, Education, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Philadelphia, Miss. 

William J. Jones, Junior, Engineering, Jackson, Miss. 

Dan C. Jordan, Sophomore, Science, Alpha Tau Omega, Louis- 
ville, Miss. 

Fred L. Jordan, Freshman, Agriculture, Millry, Ala. 

Johnnie K. Jordan, Junior, Agriculture, Pi Kappa Alpha, Decatur, 
Miss. 

Kathleen Marie Joseph, Freshman, Science, Yazoo City, Miss. 

F. Harrell Josey, Junior, Sigma Pi, Starkville, Miss. 

Peggy Sharp Junk, Sophomore, Business, Chi Omega, Natchez, 

Miss. 

Ralph L Katz, Sophomore, Business, Sigma Alpha Mega, Stark- 
ville, Miss. 

D. G. Kealhofer, Junior, Agriculture, Houston, Miss. 

Kendall Benjamin Keary, Jr., Junior, Science, Alpha Tau 
Omega, Jackson, Miss. 



90 















James, Jr. 

James 

Jamison 

Jamison 

Jahman 

Jefcoat 

Jemison 

Jenkins 

Jenkins 

Jennings 

Johnson 

Johnson 

Johnson 

Johnson 



Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 



Johnson 

Johnson 

Johnson 

Johnson 

Johnston 

Johnston 

Joiner 



Jolly 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 



Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 



Jones 

Jones 

Jones 

Jones 

Jones 

Jordan 

Jordan 

Jordan 
Joseph 

JOSEY 

Junk 
Katz 

Kealhofer 
Keary', Jr. 



THE 




Roy James Keel, Sophomore, Science, Sigma Pi, Gulfport, Miss. 

Edward L. Keene, Freshman, Business, Starkville, Miss. 

Hilton Keen, Junior, Pi Kappa Alpha, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Geohge H. Keith, Freshman, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha, Carthage, 
Miss. 

Carl M. Kelly, Sophomore, Business, Greenwood, Miss. 

George T. Kelly, Freshman, Business, Tupelo, Miss. 

William C. Kelso, Jr., Sophomore, Agriculture, Memphis, Tenn. 

Clinton Keltnen, Sophomore, Business, Starkville, Miss. 

Joseph E. Kenna, Freshman, Summit, Miss. 

E. F. Kennedy, Freshman, Agriculture, Philadelphia, Miss. 

Dot Kennedy, Freshman, Business, Zeta Tau Alpha, West Point, 
Miss. 

James H. Kennedy, Freshman, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Gulfport, Miss. 

John P. Kennedy, Freshman, Engineering, Sigma Xi, Hattiesburg, 
Miss. . 

Moody D. Kennedy, Jr., Freshman, Agriculture, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, Cleveland, Miss. 

Nelson G. Kennedy, Junior, Philadelphia, Miss. 

Charles W. Kerr, Sophomore, Engineering, Sigma Xi, Green- 
wood, Miss. 

Clyde Kerr, Freshman, Business, Sigma Xi, Greenwood, Miss. 

Prentiss F. Keyes, Freshman, Science, Pachuta, Miss. 

Robert W. Keyes, Junior, Engineering, Bay Springs, Miss. 

Walter L. Kidd, Freshman, Business, Meridian, Miss. 

Jeff L. Kiker, Freshman, Agriculture, Belzoni, Miss. 

Clayton Kilgore, Sophomore, Business, Kappa Alpha, Phila- 
delphia, Miss. 

John Agie Killebrew, Junior, Agriculture, Goodman, Miss. 

John W. Kilpatrick, Junior, Science, Ackerman, Miss. 

David A. King, Freshman, Philadelphia, Miss. 

Frank King, Freshman, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha, Pocahontas, 

Miss. 

James A. King, Jr., Junior, Agriculture, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Egypt, Miss. 

John M. King, Junior, Business, Sigma Pi, Ackerman, Miss. 

Joseph S. King, Sophomore, Agriculture, Sigma Xi, Greenwood, 
Miss. 



William L. Kirby, Freshman, Engineering, Kappa Alpha, Macon, 
Miss. 

Durwood L. Kirk, Sophomore, Science, Doddsville, Miss. 

Jewett Dalgo Kirkland, Sophomore, English, Lambda Xi Alpha, 
Jackson, Miss. 

John A. Kite, Freshman, Engineering, Gulfport, Miss. 

Clifford Kizer, Freshman, Education, Boonville, Miss. 

Doris Kizer, Junior, Education, Boonville, Miss. 

Nancy G. Kizer, Junior, Education, Boonville, Miss. 

Warren G. Kleban, Junior, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Mu, Stark- 
ville, Miss. 

John Hubert Klyce, Junior, Engineering Alpha Tau Omega, 
Sardis, Miss. 

George R. Knight, Sophomore, Education, Toccopola, Miss. 

James P. Knight, Freshman, Business, Greenwood, Miss. 

Calvin Isiah Knowles, Junior, Agriculture, Dumas, Miss. 

James Knox, Junior, Agriculture, Alpha Tau Omega, Memphis, 
Tenn. 

R. T. Kraker, Freshman, Business, Phi Kappa Tau, Gulfport, 
Miss. 

Ann Kropp, Sophomore, Education, Chi Omega, Jackson, Miss. 

Dewitt Knox, Jr., Sophomore, Engineering, Sigma Xi, Tupelo, 
Miss. 

G. C. Kynerd, Sophomore, Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Meridian, 
Miss. 

Selma Faith Labens, Freshman, Education, Greenwood, Miss. 

Hilton L. Ladner, Freshman, Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau, Pass 
Christian, Miss. 

Oscar B. Ladner, Sophomore, Science, Lumberton, Miss. 

Wheeler E. Laird, Sophomore, Business, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Kosciusko, Miss. 

Henry E. Lampe, Sophomore, Business, Kappa Sigma, Jackson, 

Miss. 

Andrew J. Lampkin, Jr., Freshman, Science, Baldwin, Miss. 

Kent Lancaster, Junior, Education, Sigma Xi, State College, 
Miss. 

Wallace E. Lancaster, Freshman Engineering, Lambda Xi 
Alpha, Tallulah, Miss. 

James H. Landrum, Jr., Junior, Business, Theta Xi, McCool, 
Miss. 

Henry Clyde Lane, Sophomore, Agriculture, Sigma Pi, McLain, 
Miss. 



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Kenna 

Kennedy 

Kennedy 

Kennedy 

Kennedy 

Kennedy, Jr. 

Kennedy 

Kerr 

Kerr 

Keyes 

Keyes 

Kidd 

KlKER 



Kilgore 

KiLLEBREW 
KiLPATRICK 

King 
King 
King, Jr. 
King 



King 

KiRBY 

Kirk 

KiRKLAND 

Kite 

KlZER 
KlZER 



KlZEK 

Kleban 

Klyce 

Knight 

Knight 

Knonvles 

Knox 



Kraker 

Kropp 

Knox, Jr. 

Kynerd 

Labens 

Ladner 

Ladner 



Laird 

Lampe 

Lampkin, Jr. 

Lancaster 

Lancaster 

Landrum, Jr. 

Lane 



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Sidney L. Lane, Freshman, Business, Forest, Miss. 

Charles W. Lanehart, Sophomore, Science, Natchez, Miss. 

Lewis H. Langfobd, Junior, Business, Kappa Sigma, Jackson, 
Miss. 

Cecil Hawley Lashlee, Jr., Sophomore, Science, Greenville, 
Miss. 

John C. Latimer, Sophomore, Business, Starkville, Miss. 

Henry H. Lauchley, Jr., Sophomore, Engineering, Phi Kappa 
Tau, Liberty, Miss. 

Charles G. Lavender, Sophomore, Business, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Weir, Miss. 

Elmer C. Lawhon, Freshman, Agriculture, Wulligent, Ala. 

Lawrence L. Long, Junior, Science, Starkville, Miss. 

Charles A. Lawshe, Jr., Junior, Engineering, Jackson, Miss. 

George Maston Ledlow, Sophomore, Business, Decatur, Miss. 

James Bryant Lee, Jr. Sophomore, Engineering, Canton, Miss. 

James C. Lee, Sophomore, Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, Acker- 
man, Miss. 

John E. Lee, Freshman, Business, Morton, Miss. 

John M. Lee, Junior, Agriculture, Philadelphia, Miss. 

Robert A. Lee, Freshman, Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau, Saucier, 
Miss. 

Robert Emmett Lee, Freshman, Engineering, Biloxi, Miss. 

Grady W. Leese, Junior, Engineering, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Allen R. LeMaster Sophomore, Engineering, Sardis, Miss. 

Joseph F. LeMieux, Sophomore, Business, Laurel, Miss. 

Brandt Virden Leonard, Freshman, Business, Jackson, Miss. 

Clyde W. Lesley, Sophomore, Science, Holly Springs, Miss. 

Thomas B. Leslie, Sophomore, Science, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Huntsville, Ala. 

DoziER Lester, Jr., Sophomore, Science, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Inverness, Miss. 

James Clifford Leverette, Freshman, Business, Sigma Phi Epsi- 
lon, Duck Hill, Miss. 

Cecil H. Lewis, Freshman, Engineering, Collins, Miss. 

James S. Lewis, Junior, Science, Kosciusko, Miss. 

John T. Lewis, Freshman, Agriculture, Forest, Miss. 



Richard Fredric Lewis, Junior, Agriculture, Gulfport, Miss. 

Robert Lee Liddell, Junior, Engineering, Sigma Chi, Louisville, 
Miss. 

Beverly A. Lightsey, Freshman, Business, Pachuta, Miss. 

Charles Lightsey, Junior, Agriculture, Pachuta, Miss. 

Benjamin L. Lindsey, Freshman, Business, Woodland, Miss. 

Ernest C. Lindsey, Sophomore, Science, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Kilmichael, Miss. 

Grover N. Life, Freshman, Agriculture, Boyle, Miss. 

Julian E. Lipscomb, Junior, Engineering, Kappa Alpha, Jackson, 
Miss. 

Marvin W. Littlejohn, Sophomore, Engineering, Blue Springs, 

Miss. 

Arthur L. Livingston, Jr., Junior, Business, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Sturgis, Miss. 

Pat O. Livingston, Junior, Business, Sherman, Miss. 

Claude Lloyd, Freshman, Science, Gulfport, Miss. 

Seth L. Lobdell Junior, Engineering, Rosedale, Miss. 

John A. Lochridge, Junior, Agriculture, Tremont, Miss. 

Earl N. Loftin, Sophomore, Agriculture, Sylvarena, Miss. 

C. W. Lofton, Junior, Business, Brookhaven, Miss. 

William D. Logan, Jr., Sophomore, Science, Kappa Sigma, 
Carthage, Miss. 

James B. Lollar, Freshman, Agriculture, Darling, Miss. 

Alvin Long, Freshman, Agriculture, Starkville, Miss. 

J. W. Long, Sophomore, Agriculture, Crandall, Miss. 

Julius Long, Sophomore, Agriculture, Flora, Miss. 

Phayree N. Long, Sophomore, Education, Starkville, Miss. 

Joseph R. Lopeb, Freshman, Engineering, Meridian, Miss. 

W. R. Lott, Freshman, Engineering, Laurel, Miss. 

Newton E. Love, Jr., Freshman, Agriculture, Kosciusko, Miss. 

Cell R. Lovorn, Jr., Sophomore, Engineering, Calhoun City, 
Miss. 

Forrest Henry Lowe, Junior, Agriculture, Helena, Ark. 

Guy S. Lowe, Junior, Engineering, Columbus, Miss. 



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Langfokd 

Lashlee, Jh. 

Latimer 

Lauchley, Jr. 

Lavender 

Lawhon 

Long 

Lawshe, Jr. 

Leulijw 

Lee, Jr. 

Lee 

Lee 



Lee 

Lee 

Lee 

Leese 

LeMasteh 

LeMieux 

Leonard 



Lesley 

Leslie 

Lester, Jr. 

Leverette 

Lewis 

Lewis 

Lewis 



Lewis 

LiDDELL 

LiGHTSEY 

LiGHTSEY 

LiNDSEY 

LiNDSEY 

LiPE 



Lipscomb 

LiTTLEJOHN 

Livingston, Jr. 

Livingston 

Lloyd 

LOBDELL 
LOCHRIDGE 



LOFTIN 

Lofton 
Logan, Jr. 

LOLLAR 

Long 
Long 
Long 



Long 

LOPER 
LOTT 

Lo\E, Jr. 
LovoRN, Jr. 
Lowe 
Lome 



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Joan Lowry, Sophomore, Business, Zeta Tau Alpha, Houston, 
Miss. 

Charles Rosario Loyacono Freshman, Engineering, Vicksburg, 
Miss. 

Anne Luckett, Sophomore, Chi Omega, Tutwiler, Miss. 

William C. Luckett, Sophomore, Engineering, Tutwiler, Miss. 

William J. Luckett, Sophomore, Engineering, Kappa Alpha, 
Canton, Miss. 

Marvin L. Lunceford, Freshman, Agriculture, Slate Spring, Miss. 
Bennie Colson Lundy, Junior, Agriculture, Philadelphia, Miss. 

Francis Jefferson Lundy, Sophomore, Agriculture, Kappa Alpha, 
Philadelphia, Miss. 

William Thomas Lusk, Sophomore, Agriculture, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, Doddsville, Miss. 

Thomas McCay Luster, Sophomore, Agriculture, English, Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon, Clarksdale, Miss. 

Wesley Lutken, Sophomore, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Jackson, Miss. 

Billy B. Lyle, Freshman Engineering, Sigma Chi, Tupelo, Miss. 

George Davis Lyon, Sophomore, Business, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Cedar Bluff, Miss. 

Robert D. Lyon, Freshman, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Maben, Miss. 

Rupert Milton Lyon, Freshman, Agriculture, Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon, Indianola, Miss. 

Victor H. Maffett, Sophomore, Business, Aberdeen, Miss. 

John L Magee, Junior, Science, Hazlehurst, Miss. 

Otis Magee, Junior, Tylertown, Miss. 

Douglas M. Magers, Freshman, Engineering, Baldwyn, Miss. 

R. K. Mahaffey, Junior, Mendenhall, Miss. 

Freeman R. Majure, Junior, Science, Decatur, Miss. 

Leonard F. Majure, Freshman, Education, Sturgis, Miss. 

Haskell L. Mallard, Freshman, Agriculture, West Enterprise, 
Miss. 

Paul H. Mallette, Freshman, Science, Lucedale, Miss. 

Owen A. Malley, Junior, Business, Gulfport, Miss. 

Arnie Miles Mallory, Jr., Sophomore, Engineering, Vicksburg, 
Miss. 

Edgar Louis Malvaney, Sophomore, Engineering, Sigma Phi 
Epsilon, Jackson, Miss. 

Emmett Malvaney, Sophomore, Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Jackson, Miss. 



Mary Dell Mann, Sophomore, Education, Columbus, Miss. 
R. L. Mann, Sophomore, Science, Columbus, Miss. 
Frank S. Manning, Jr., Junior, Engineering, Jackson, Miss. 
Robert H. Manning, Freshman, Education, Philadelphia, Miss. 

Louise Manselle, Sophomore, Business, Zeta Tau Alpha, Tupelo, 
Miss. 

Wilbur K. Marble, Junior, Engineering, Leland, Miss. 

John Marchbanks, Freshman, Engineering, Greenville, Miss. 

George S. Marks, Jr., Junior, Business, Tchula, Miss. 

Bobbye June Marler, Freshman, Business, Zeta Tau Alpha, 
Forest, Miss. 

James Archie Marler, Freshman, Business, Forest, Miss. 

Norman C. Mars, Freshman, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha, Phila- 
delphia, Miss. 

E. B. Martin, Junior, Agriculture, Grenada, Miss. 

Glenn T. Martin, Junior, Science, Lambda Xi Alpha, Ellisville, 
Miss. 

Granville Martin, Sophomore, Business, Greenwood, Miss. 

Harold Lee Martin, Freshman, Crystal Springs, Miss. 

Henry Frank Martin, Junior, Agriculture, Kappa Alpha, Crystal 
Springs, Miss. 

James M. Margin, Sophomore, Agriculture, Mendenhall, Miss. 

William A. Martin, Freshman, Agriculture, Phi Kappa Tau, 
Vicksburg, Miss. 

William J. Martin, Freshman, Business, Greenwood, Miss. 

Warren William Martin, Freshman, Agriculture, Kappa Alpha, 
Macon, Miss. 

William W. Martin, Freshman, Business, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Vicksburg, Miss. 

Carl E. Matthes, Jr., Sophomore, Engineering, Sigma Chi, 
Biloxi, Miss. 

Wallace Matulich, Junior, Education, Columbia, Miss. 
Willis T. Matthews, Freshman, Business, Magee, Miss. 

Thurman Neill Mauldin, Sophomore, Engineering, Lambda Chi 
Alpha, Moss, Miss. 

Charles H. Maxwell, Junior, Business, Greenwood, Miss. 

Harriet May, Junior, Science, Amory, Miss. 

William Wimberley May, Sophomore, Engineering, Kappa 
Alpha, Meridian, Miss. 



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LOYACONO 

LUCKETT 

LUCKETT 

LuCKETT 

LUNCEFOHI) 

LuNDY 

LUNDY 
LUSK 

Luster 

LUTKIN 

Lyle 

Lyons 

Lyon 

Lyon 

Maffett 

Magee 

Magee 

Magers 

Mahaffey 

Majure 



Ma JURE 

Mallard 

Mallette 

M ALLEY 

Mallory, Jit. 

Malvaney 

Malvaney 



Mann 

Mann 

Manning, Jr. 

Manning 

Manselle 

Marble 

Marchbanks 



Marks, Jr. 

Marler 

M abler 

Mars 

Martin 

Martin 

Martin 



Martin 

NL\RTIN 
NL\RGIN 

Martin 
Martin 
Martin 
XLahtin 

Matthes, Jr. 

Matulich 

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Leonard Orlando Mayhan, Jr., Sophomore, Engineering, Bruce, 

Miss. 

Herschel B. Maynard, Freshman, Business, Tupelo, Miss. 
Edra L. Maxey, Jr., Freshman, Engineering, Tupelo, Miss. 
Thomas R. Maxcey, Junior, Engineering, Lambert, Miss. 
Ray B. Meadob, Sophomore, Business, Theta Xi, Soso, Miss. 

Luther Ottis Meadows, Sophomore, Education, Mendenhall, 

Miss. 

Willis L. Meadows, Jr., Junior, Business, Quitman, Miss. 

George William Meeks, Sophomore, Engineering, Corinth, Miss. 

Edward J. Meena, Agriculture, Theta Xi, Clarksdale, Miss. 

Virgil W. Melohn, Sophomore, Science, Meridian, Miss. 

Collins Melton, Freshman, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Tchula, Miss. 

Ray Melton, Freshman, Agriculture, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Tchula, Miss. 

George R. Mercier, Freshman, Science, Kappa Sigma, Corinth, 
Miss. 

Walter L. Meredith, Freshman, Agriculture, Batesville, Miss. 

Louis Eugene Merrill, Freshman, Science, Gulfport, Miss. 

William L. Meux, Jr., Junior, Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Raines, 
Tenn. 

Robert G. Michie, Freshman, Engineering, Corinth, Miss. 

Eugene Gaddis Middleton, Junior, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Yazoo City, Miss. 

Dean James Miles, Freshman, Agriculture, Metuchen, Miss. 

Melvin B. Miles, Junior, Agriculture, Eupora, Miss. 

Randolph T. Millard, Freshman, Business, West Point, Miss. 

Clay H. Miller, Jr., Junior, Science, Pi Kappa Alpha, Jackson, 

Miss. 

Clyde Miller, Freshman, Agriculture, Decatur, Miss. 

Jack W. Miller, Freshman, Business, McComb, Miss. 

James W. Miller, Freshman, Agriculture, Ackerman, Miss. 

Marty Miller, Sophomore, Science, Columbus, Miss. 

Percy H. Miller, Freshman, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, Yazoo 
City, Miss. 

Richard L. Miller, Sophomore, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha, Jack- 
son, Miss. 



WiLDA L. Miller, Freshman, Business, Starkville, Miss. 
Homer Mills, Junior, Business, Kappa Alpha, Meridian, Miss. 

Aubbey Wayne Milstead, Freshman, Engineering, Water Valley, 

Miss. 

Clarence Mitchell, Junior, Science, Carthage, Miss. 

MuRRY C. Mitchell, Sophomore, Engineering, Stewart, Miss. 

David W. Mitchell, Junior, Education, Pace, Miss. 

Jack Mitchell, Freshman, Engineering, Calhoun City, Miss. 

J. R. Mitchell, Sophomore, Engineering, Birmingham, Ala. 

Thomas M. Mitchell, Sophomore, Business, Sigma Chi, Louis- 
ville, Miss. 

Chambliss Mizelle, Sophomore, Business, Sigma Pi, Laurel, 

Miss. 

Joseph Samuel Moak, Junior, Engineering, Norfield, Miss. 

Leonard A. Mobley, Sophomore, Agriculture, Yazoo City, Miss. 

Donald Earl Mohler, Junior, Education, Ocean Springs, Miss. 

Gilbert Montgomery, Sophomore, Agriculture, Dennis, Miss. 

William G. Montgomery, Freshman, Business, Durant, Miss. 

WiLKiNS Henry Montgomery, Freshman, Agriculture, Kappa 
Alpha, Edwards, Miss. 

John E. Montgomery, Sophomore, Business, Greenville, Miss. 

William M. Montgomery, Freshman, Science, Sigma Phi Epsi- 
lon, Jackson, Miss. 

William L. Moody, Freshman, Engineering, Kosciusko, Miss. 

Charles D. Moobe, Junior, Engineering, Sigma Chi, Greenwood, 
Miss. 

Mrs. Mary K. Moore, Junior, Education, Jackson, Miss. 

Walter V. Moore, Freshman, Agriculture, Oakland, Miss. 

William A. Moore, Sophomore, Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Lexington, Miss. 

William Walker Moore, Sophomore, Agriculture, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, Gary, Miss. 

Wylie Moore, Junior, Business, Tupelo, Miss. 
Charlotte L. Moore, Sophomore, Science, Huntsville, Ala. 

Duncan Moran, Junior, Business, Kappa Sigma, Ocean Springs, 

Miss. 

DuRwooD W. Morgan, Junior, Education, Calhoun City, Miss. 



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Maxcey 
Meador 
Meadows 
Meadows, Jr. 

Meeks 

Meena 

Melohn 

Melton 

Melton 

Mercier 

Meredith 



Merrill 
Meux, Jr. 

MiCHIE 

Middleton 
Miles 
Miles 
Millard 



Miller, Jr. 

Miller 

Miller 

Miller 

Miller 

Miller 

Miller 



Miller 
Mills 

MiLSTEAD 

Mitchell 
Mitchell 
Mitchell 
Mitchell 



Mitchell 
Mitchell 

MiZELLE 

Moak 

MOBLEY 

Mohler 
Montgomery 



Montgomery 

Montgomery 

Montgomery 

Montgomery 

Moody 

Moore 

Moore 

Moore 
Moore 
Moore 
Moore 
Moose 

MORAN 

Morgan 



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William H. Morgan, Jr., Sophomore, Agriculture, Kappa Sigma, 
Morgan City, Miss. 

WiLLARD T. Morgan, Freshman, Agriculture, Tishomingo, Miss. 

Ernest L. Morris, Freshman, Agriculture, Gulfport, Miss. 

Tommys N. Morris, Freshman, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha, Gulf- 
port, Miss. 

Mike H. Morrison, Junior, Science, Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Eggar G. Morton, Sophomore, Agriculture, CoUierville, Tenn. 

Beverly F. Moseley, Freshman, Engineering, Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Howard N. Moseley, Jr., Junior, Engineering, Vardaman, Miss. 

Nicholas M. Mosgovoy, Freshman, Engineering, Atlanta, Ga. 

Joe Thomas Mosley, Freshman, Business, Kappa Sigma, Stark- 
ville. Miss. 

Byron M. Moss, Freshman, Agriculture Kappa Sigma, Bates- 
ville. Miss. 

Joe G. Moss, Sophomore, Agriculture, Jackson, Miss. 

Thomas W. Mullen, Junior, Science, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Starkville, Miss. 

William H. Mullen, Freshman, Business, Lambda Chi Alpha, 
Quentin, Miss. 

Roland E. Mullins, Sophomore, Starkville, Miss. 

Otis S. Murff, Jr., Junior, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha, Tupelo, 
Miss. 

Truxton G. Murphree, Freshman, Engineering, Calhoun City, 
Miss. 

Emmett H. Murray, Freshman, Education, Rosehill, Miss. 

John R. Murray', Sophomore, Business, Summerland, Miss. 

LiNviAL H. Murray, Freshman, Education, Rosehill, Miss. 

Jessica Myers, Junior, Agriculture, Amite, La. 

Wallace R. McAlexander, Sophomore, Agriculture, Holly 
Springs, Miss. 

Harold W. McAhthur, Freshman, Agriculture, Preston, Miss. 

Robert A. McBride, Freshman, Engineering, Florence, Miss. 

William K. McBeath, Junior, Engineering, Newton, Miss. 

Miles Dale McCalep, Sophomore, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Cleveland, Miss. 

Arthur G. McCardle, Junior, Agriculture, Richton, Miss. 

Harold B. McCahley, Freshman, Business, Kappa Sigma, Bates- 
ville, Miss. 

Robert McCarter, Jr., Freshman, Agriculture, Marion, Ark. 



James H. McCarthy, Junior, Agriculture, Sigma Pi, Baldwyn, 

Miss. 

Luther E. McCarty, Freshman, Science, Laurel, Miss. 

Sylvia E. McCarty, Sophomore, Business, Zeta Tau Alpha, Sun- 
flower, Miss. 

William H. McCann, Sophomore, Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau, 
Shuqualak, Miss. 

David S. McClanahan, Sophomore, Engineering, Columbus, 
Miss. 

Darrell Norman McClughan, Sophomore, Science, Phi Kappa 
Tau, Taylorville, 111. 

James Allen McCluer, Sophomore, Business, Jackson, Miss. 

Norris McClure, Jr., Freshman, Engineering, Meridian, Miss. 

Robert Lamar McClure, Freshman, Agriculture, Ackerman, 
Miss. 

Owens H. McCollum, Junior, Business, Sigma Chi, West Point, 

Miss. 

Robert E. McCollum, Freshman, Agriculture, Sherman, Miss. 

Charles McCombs, Freshman, Engineering, Birmingham, Ala. 

Pelham C. McCool, Freshman, Education, Ethel, Miss. 

James H. McCord, Junior, Agriculture, Alpha Tau Omega, Ponto- 
toc, Miss. 

William A. McCord, Sophomore, Agriculture, Corinth, Miss. 

Edwin G. McCormick, Jr., Sophomore, Agriculture, Grenada, 
Miss. 

Robert S. McCohmick, Jr., Freshman, Engineering, Aberdeen, 

Miss. 

Quinnie McCormick, Jr., Freshman, Education, Seminary, Miss. 

Owen S. McCoy, Junior, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Greenville, Miss. 

Luna E. McCrory, Freshman, Engineering, Tremont, Miss. 

Betty R. McCullar, Freshman, Business, Starkville, Miss. 

J. B. McCuLLOUGH, Sophomore, Agriculture, Pontotoc, Miss. 

Charles R. McCulley, Jr., Sophomore, Engineering, Kappa 
Sigma, luka. Miss. 

George C. McCully, Junior, Engineering, Louisville, Miss. 

Edward B. McDaniel, Jr., Freshman, Science, Rome, Miss. 

Calvin L. McDonald, Jr., Sophomore, Engineering, Meridian, 
Miss. 

Fred S. McDonald, Sophomore, Science, Bay St. Louis, Miss. 



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Morgan 

Morris 

Morris 

Morrison 

Morton 

Moseley 

Moseley, Jr. 

MfJSGOVOY 

Mosley 

Moss 

Moss 

Mullen 

Mullen 



MULLINS 

MuRFF, Jr. 

murphree 

Murray 

Murray 

Murray 

Myers 



McAlexander 

McArthur 

McBride 

McBeath 

McCalep 

McCardle 

McCarley 



McCarter, Jr. 

McCarthy 

McCarty 

McCarty 

McCann 

McClanahan 

McClughan 



McCluer 

McClure, Jr. 

McClure 

McCollum 

McCollum 

McCoMBS 

McCooL 



McCoRD 
McCord 
McCoRMicK, Jr. 
McCoRMiCK, Jr. 
McCoRMiCK, Jr. 
McCoy 
McCrory 



McCuLLAR 
McCULLOUGH 

McCuLLEY, Jr. 

McCULLY 

McDaniel, Jr. 
McDonald, Jr. 
McDonald 



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Ggover D. McDonald, Freshman, Agriculture, Carrollton, Miss. 

James Leslie McDonald, Sophomore, Engineering, DeKalb, Miss. 

Lehoy Q. McDonald, Freshman, Engineering, Tupelo, Miss. 

William N. McDonald, Junior, Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Drew, Miss. 

Marjorie McDonald, Junior, Science, DeKalb, Miss. 

Catherine M. McDonnell, Sophomore, Business, Chi Omega, 
Biloxi, Miss. 

Tabor A. McDowell, Junior, Business, Flora, Miss. 

Howard W. McDuffie, Jr., Freshman, Business, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, Okolona, Miss. 

James B. McFahland, Freshman, Agriculture, Shannon, Miss. 

Edwin C. Roshore, Senior, Science, McComb, Miss. 

Clyde T. McGee, Sophomore, Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Ackerman, Miss. 

Fielding M. McGehee, Jr., Sophomore, Science, Natchez, Miss. 

Jane Allen McCee, Sophomore, Business, Zeta, Tau Alpha, 
Guntown, Miss. 

Clarence D. McGhee, Sophomore, Engineering, McComb, Miss. 

James L. McGinnis, Sophomore, Business, New Albany, Miss. 

John M. McGowan, Sophomore, Agriculture, Camden, Miss. 

Charles H. McGraw, Freshman, Agriculture, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Yazoo City, Miss. 

Tom McGhaw, Jr., Freshman, Agriculture, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Yazoo City, Miss. 

Richard W. McGuire, Sophomore, Engineering, Sigma Pi, Jack- 
son, Miss. 

William F. McGuire, Sophomore, Business, West Point, Miss. 

Elwin Morris McHann, Freshman, Agriculture, Starkville, Miss. 

Julia McHann, Freshman, Education, Starkville, Miss. 

R. QuiN McIntyre, Sophomore, Business, Sigma Chi, Greenwood, 
Miss. 

Carolyn McKee, Freshman, Business, Zeta Tau Alpha, Stark- 
ville, Miss. 

Howard W. McKeithen, Freshman, Engineering, Sigma Chi, 
Jackson, Miss. 

Katheryn McKeithen, Freshman, Business, Zeta Tau Alpha, 
Jackson, Miss. 

William Garrett McKeithen, Freshman, Engineering, Lambda 
Chi Alpha, Jackson, Miss. 



Ula V. McKiBBEN, Junior, Business, Sigma Chi, Calhoun City, 
Miss. 

Hubert J. McLaurin, Freshman, Engineering, Darlove, Miss. 

Robert S. McLaurin, Jr., Sophomore, Science, Kappa Sigma, 
Brandon, Miss. 

George C. McLeod, Jr., Sophomore, Agriculture, Leakesville, 
Miss. 

William V. McLeod, Junior, Science, Leakesville, Miss. 

C. W. McLendon, Junior, Agriculture, Jackson, Miss. 

Newton H. McMath, Freshman, Education, Sidon, Miss. 

Greek R. McMillan, Freshman, Business, Rosedale, Miss. 

Jennie L. McMinn, Freshman, Education, Sturgis, Miss. 

RoYCE C. McMinn, Freshman, Agriculture, Ackerman, Miss. 

James W. McMullen, Sophomore, Education, Coldwater, Miss. 

James Hugh McMurphy, Sophomore, Engineering, Forest, Miss. 

James O. McMurthay, Junior, Agriculture, Ocean Springs, Miss. 

Ernest L. McNair, Freshman, Business, Phi Kappa Tau, Walnut 
Grove, Miss. 

Homer C. McNamara, Jr., Junior, Agriculture, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Leland, Miss. 

Ellis G. McNeal, Freshman, Engineering, Laurel, Miss. 

Robert Conner McNeel, Freshman, Science, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Louisville, Miss. 

Harold McNinn, Junior, Education, Itta Bena, Miss. 

Marvin Hoover McPherson, Freshman, Engineering, Kappa 
Sigma, Pickens, Miss. 

John W. McPherson, Freshman, Engineering, Sigma Chi, Cleve- 
land, Miss. 

Betty Jo McRae, Freshman, Business, Verona, Miss. 

Robert L. McVay, Freshman, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha, Tupelo, 
Miss. 

John L. McVey, Freshman, Agriculture, Cedar Bluff, Miss. 

Edward L. McWhirter, Agriculture, Starkville, Miss. 

J. L. McWhorter, Sophomore, Engineering, Baldwyn, Miss. 

Leon C. McWilliams, Sophomore, Agriculture, Kappa Alpha, 
Meridian, Miss. 

Frank Hoyle McWhorter, Freshman, Business, Plantersville, 
Miss. 



James Raymond McKell, Freshman, Agriculture, Starkville, Miss. Walter G. Nanney, Jr., Freshman, Engineering, Okolona, Miss. 



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McDonald 

McDonald 

McDonald 

McDonald 

McDonnell 

McDowell 

McDuFFiE, Jr. 
McFakling 

ROSHORE 

McGee 

McGehee, Jr. 
McGee 
McGhee 



McGlNNlS 

McGowAN 

McGravv 

McGraw, Jr. 

McGuiRE 

McGuire 

McHann 



McHann 

McIntyre 

McKee 

McKeithen 

McKeithen 

McKeithen 

McKell 



McKibben 

McLaurin 

McLaurin, Jr. 

McLeod, Jr. 

McLeod 

McLendon 

McMath 



McMillan 
McMinn 

McMiNN 

McMullen 

McMuRPHY 
McMuRTRAY 

McNair 



McNajMara, Jr. 

McNeal 

McNeel 

McNinn 

McPherson 

McPherson 

McRae 

McVay 
Mc\"ey 
McWhirter 

Mc^^'HORTER 
Mc\\'lLLIAMS 

McWhorter 

Nanney, Jr. 



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James Elford Nash, Junior, Agriculture, Kappa Sigma, Glendora, 
Miss. 

Julius T. Neely, Jr., Freshman, Business, Jackson, Miss. 

Ralph F. Neely, Sophomore, Business, Sigma Chi, Greenwood, 
Miss. 

George L. Neill, Sophomore, Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Wood- 
ville. Miss. 

Thomas V. Noland, Freshman, Business, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Vicksburg, Miss. 

Eldred Warren Nelms, Junior, Engineering, Calhoun City, Miss. 

James H. Nelson, Freshman, Agriculture, Baldwyn, Miss. 

Gervais S. Neno, Junior, Science, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pascagoula, 
Miss. 

Albert H. Newman, Freshman, Science, Kappa Sigma, McComb, 
Miss. 

Charles Eugene Newman, Freshman, Engineering, Alpha Tau 
Omega, Starkville, Miss. 

Harrod Allen Nichols, Freshman, Engineering, Kappa Alpha, 
Jackson, Miss. 

William D. Nicholson, Junior, Engineering, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Herman L. Niolet, Freshman, Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau, 
Pass Christian, Miss. 

LuciAN Noble, Freshman, Engineering, Fayette, Miss. 

Robert D. Noel, Freshman, Agriculture, Hillsboro, Miss. 

Henry P. Noland, Junior, Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, Vicks- 
burg, Miss. 

Cecil Lamar Norman, Sophomore, Engineering, New Albany, 
Miss. 

Curtis P. Norman, Jr., Sophomore, Business, Mobile, Ala. 

James Eric Norman, Sophomore, Engineering, New Albany, Miss. 

Louis Norman, Freshman, Engineering, Columbia, Miss. 

Robert H. Norman, Junior, Engineering, Tupelo, Miss. 

WiLBERT Charles Normand, Sophomore, Science, Gulfport, Miss. 

L. L. Norsworth, Sophomore, Waynesboro, Miss. 

John O. Norton, Sophomore, Engineering, Guntown, Miss. 

P. H. Norwood, Sophomore, Business, Ruleville, Miss. 

Carl H. Nowell, Junior, Agriculture, Philadelphia, Miss. 

Guy T. Nunnally, Junior, Business, Grand Junction, Tenn. 



William T. Oakes, Junior, Science, Sigma Phi Epsilon, State 
College, Miss. 

George P. Oakman, Freshman, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Leland, Miss. 

Jack H. Oakman, Sophomore, Engineering, Panther Burn, Miss. 

George F. Oakes, Sophomore, Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Mur- 
phy, Miss. 

Joseph E. Oaks, Sophomore, Business, Corinth, Miss. 

MuRL M. O'Bannon, Freshman, Agriculture, Maben, Miss. 

Herman W. Odom, Sophomore, Engineering, Durant, Miss. 

Jerry Odom, Sophomore, Education, Birmingham, Miss. 

J. L. Oglesby, Sophomore, Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Jackson, 
Miss. 

Margurette O'Keefe, Junior, Science, Doddsville, Miss. 

Joseph F. O'Kelly, Jr., Junior, Engineering, Sigma Chi, State 
College, Miss. 

Lewis J. O'Kelly, Freshman, Engineering, Memphis, Tenn. 

William B. O'Kelley, Sophomore, Science, Sigma Chi, State 
College, Miss. 

James H. Oliver, Sophomore, Agriculture, Sigma Chi, Sidon, 
Miss. 

William O. Oliver, Freshman, Business, Kosciusko, Miss. 

Emory V. O'Neal, Graduate, Saucier, Miss. 

Kimble N. O'Neal, Freshman, Agriculture, Saucier, Miss. 

Ernest Opperman, Sophomore, Engineering, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Emitt a. O'Quin, Sophomore, Engineering, Magnolia, Miss. 

Anderson J. Orr, Sophomore, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Kosciusko, Miss. 

James R. Orr, Freshman, Agriculture, Corinth, Miss. 

Jesse H. Oswalt, Sophomore, Engineering, Mathiston, Miss. 

Otis M. Oswalt, Freshman, Business, Starkville, Miss. 

Eugene L. Ott, Jr., Junior, Agriculture, Osyka, Miss. 

BoLAN Overstreet, Junior, Business, Starkville, Miss. 

Bettye J. Owen, Freshman, Business, West Point, Miss. 

Mike S. Owen, Junior, Business, Kappa Alpha, Utica, Miss. 

J. D. Owings, Sophomore, Science, Nettleton, Miss. 

Clyde Pace, Sophomore, Agriculture, Winona, Miss. 



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NOLAND 

Nelms 
Nelson 

Neno 

Newman 

Newman 

Nichols 

Nicholson 

Niolet 

Noble 



Noel 

NOLAND 

Norman 
Norman, Jr. 
Norman 
Norman 
Norman 



Normand 
Norsworth 
Norton 
Norwood 

Nowell 

Nunnally 

Oakes 



Oakman 

Oakman 

Oaks 

Oaks 

O'Bannon 

Odom 

Odom 



Oglesby 

O'Keefe 

O'Kelly, Jr. 

O'Kelly 

O'Kelley 

Oliver 

Oliver 



O'Neal 

O'Neal 

Opperman 

O'Quin 

Orr 

Orh 

Oswalt 



Oswalt 
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Owen 

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John C. Page, Freshman, Business, Alpha Tau Omega, Starkville, 
Miss. 

Elwin D. Palmer, Junior, Agriculture, Preston, Miss. 

James A. Palmer, Freshman, Agriculture, Moselle, Miss. 

Tony Pandolfi, Freshman, Engineering, Shaw, Miss. 

Thomas D. Pantoliano, Sophomore, Engineering, Vicksburg, 
Miss. 

Archie R. Parker, Jr., Freshman, Engineering, Columbus, Miss. 

Carl Y. Parker, Freshman, Engineering, Cruger, Miss. 

David W. Parker, Freshman, Engineering, Ocean Springs, Miss. 

Henry Lee Parker, Sophomore, Education, Kappa Sigma, Holly 
Springs, Miss . 

John C. Parker, Freshman, Business, Starkville, Miss. 

Ray L. Parker, Jr., Freshman, Engineering, Meridian, Miss. 

William R. Parkes, Junior, Business, Sigma Chi, Louisville, Miss. 

William J. Parkes, Sophomore, Agriculture, Cleveland, Miss. 

Robert E. Parmley, Sophomore, Engineering, West Point, Miss. 

Arnold Evans Parsons, Junior, Engineering, Sigma Chi, Co- 
lumbus, Miss. 

Willie F. Parsons, Freshman, Science, Corinth, Miss. 

William C. Partee, Sophomore, Engineering, Cary, Miss. 

William L. Patrick, Jr., Junior, Engineering, Sigma Chi, Laurel, 
Miss. 

John Harpole Patterson, Junior, Business, Sigma Chi, Calhoun 
City, Miss. 

Robert B. Patterson, Sophomore, Agriculture, Okolona, Miss. 

Willis J. Payne, Sophomore, Business, Newton, Miss. 

Abner T. Pierce, Junior, Education, Brooklyn, Miss. 

J. M. Pearce, Freshman, Education, Brooklyn, Miss. 

Harry N. Pearson, Sophomore, Business, Baxley, Ga. 

Hubert M. Pearson, Sophomore, Engineering, New Albany, Miss. 

James C. Peay, Freshman, Business, Starkville, Miss. 

BiNFORD H. Peeples, Frcshman, Business, Eupora, Miss. 

Malcolm A. Peevy, Sophomore, Agriculture, Richton, Miss. 



Robert H. Pendergrass, Sophomore, Agriculture, Magee, Miss. 

Hoyle C. Pennington, Sophomore, Education, Tupelo, Miss. 

James H. Peoples, Sophomore, Business, Madden, Miss. 

Jed T. Pepper, Junior, Agriculture, Kappa Sigma, Pickens, Miss. 

Wendell H. Perry, Sophomore, Business, Philadelphia, Miss. 

Robert L. Perryman, Junior, Agriculture, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Lula, Miss. 

Walthall Peters, Jr., Freshman, Business, Charleston, Miss. 

James D. Peterson, Jr., Junior, Agriculture, Money, Miss. 

Marcus W. Peterson, Freshman, Agriculture, Sturgis, Miss. 

John M. Petkovsek, Freshman, Science, Natchez, Miss. 

MoTT L. Pevey, Jr., Junior, Engineering, Crystal Springs, Miss. 

Will W. Pevey, Sophomore, Agriculture, Kappa Alpha, Crystal 
Springs, Miss. 

Jack Phillips, Junior, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, Water Val- 
ley, Miss. 

James H. Phillips, Jr., Freshman, Engineering. Macon, Miss. 

N. H. Phillips, Junior, Crystal Springs, Miss. 

Willie E. Phillips, Freshman, Engineering, Corinth, Miss. 

Francis M. Pierce, Sophomore, Science, Theta Xi, Monticello, 
Miss. 

Hugh Vernon Pierce, Sophomore, Engineering, Kappa Sigma, 
Jackson, Miss. 

William H. Pigford, Freshman, Agriculture, Toomsuba, Miss. 

Mardyle O. Pigott, Freshman, Agriculture, Picayune, Miss. 

Alvis C. Pilgiu;en, Freshman, Agriculture, Calhoun City. Miss. 

DoRCY M. Pinkerton, Sophomore, Engineering, Indianola, Miss. 

Coy C. Pinnix, Freshman, Business, Mathiston, Miss. 

Dick Pinson, Sophomore, Business, Kappa Sigma, Friars Point, 

Miss. 

Sam N. Pitner, Freshman, Business, New Albany, Miss. 

William C. Pittman, Freshman, Engineering, Ponotoc, Miss. 

William Mitchell Pitts, Freshman, Agriculture, Pi Kappa 
Alpha, Indianola, Miss. 

DiMTHi C. PoLizo, Freshman, Science, Greenville, Miss. 



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Palmer 

Pandolfi 

Pantoliano 

Parker, Jr. 

Parker 

Parker 

Parker 

Parker 

Parker, Jr. 

Parkes 

Parkes 

Parmley 



Parsons 

Parsons 

Partee 

Patrick, Jr. 

Patterson 

Patterson 

Payne 



Pearce 

Pearce 

Pearson 

Pearson 

Peay 

Peeples 

Peevy 



Pendergrass 

Pennington 

Peoples 

Pepper 

Perry 

Perryman 

Peters, Jr. 



Peterson, Jr. 

Peterson 

Petkovsek 

Pevey, Jr. 

Pevey 

Phillips 

Phillips, Jr. 



Phillips 

Phillips 

Pierce 

Pierce 

Pigford 

Pigott 

Pilgreen 

PiNKERTON 

PiNNI.X 

PiNSON 

PiTNER 

PiTTMAN 

Pitts 

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James E. Porter, Freshman, Agriculture, McComb, Miss. 

William F. Porter, Freshman, Business, Starkville, Miss. 

Walter K. Porter, Jr., Sophomore, Agriculture, Gulfport, Miss. 

Josephine Potts, Sophomore, Science, Chi Omega, Carrolton, 
Miss. 

Willie Pierce Pounds, Sophomore, Engineering, Booneville, Miss. 

Carolyn O. Powell, Freshman, Business, Chi Omega, Green- 
wood, Miss. 

Donald Powell, Freshman, Starkville, Miss. 

Norma Elizabeth Powell, Junior, Business, Chi Omega, Green- 
wood, Miss. 

William E. Powell, Sophomore, Agriculture, Puckett, Miss. 

Kern Pratt, Jr., Junior, Engineering, Greenville, Miss. 

Hubert Q. Pray, Sophomore, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, Mc- 
Comb, Miss. 

Samuel David Prentice, Junior, Engineering, Kappa Sigma, New 
Albany, Miss. 

Homer L. Prewitt, Freshman, Agriculture, Ackerman, Miss. 

Maston L. Prewitt, Freshman, Engineering, Starkville, Miss. 

Carl Price, Jr., Sophomore, Engineering, Toomsuba, Miss. 

CoRRiNE Price, Junior, Business, Starkville, Miss. 

Dennis E. Price, Junior, Agriculture, Wiggins, Miss. 

Floyd W. Price, Sophomore, Engineering, Meridian, Miss. 

Richard B. Prichard, Freshman, Agriculture, Booneville, Miss. 

James A. Privett, Jr., Freshman, Business, Stonewall, Miss. 

Jimmy Proctor, Sophomore, Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Clarks- 
dale, Miss. 

Marion F. Pbuitt, Sophomore, Business, Kappa Sigma, Laurel, 
Miss. 

TiLDEN W. Pryor, Sophomore, Business, Sigma Chi, Calhoun, 
Miss. 

Edward C. Pugh, Sophomore, Science, Meridian, Miss. 

William R. Pugh, Sophomore, Business, Sigma Pi, Columbus, 

Miss. 

Paul R. Pullen, Freshman, Engineering, Kappa Alpha, Jackson, 

Miss. 

Charlie B. Purvis, Junior, Education, Polkville, Miss. 
Elton T. Putnam, Freshman, Agriculture, Harperville, Miss. 



James D. Putnam, Freshman, Agriculture, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Harperville, Miss. 

Kirk Rabb, Junior, Engineering, Woodville, Miss. 

Evan L. Ragland, Junior, Engineering, Kappa Alpha, Jackson, 
Miss. 

Don L. Ralston, Sophomore, Business, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Coahoma, Miss. 

Calvin Gordon Ramsey, Freshman, Education, Birmingham, 

Ala. 

D. S. Ramsey, Freshman, Starkville, Miss. 

George B. Ramsey, Sophomore, Engineering, Kappa Sigma, 
Starkville, Miss. 

Harry W. Ramsey, Freshman, Engineering, St. Louis, Mo. 

George G. Randolph, Junior, Agriculture, Batesville, Miss. 

John A. Randle, Jr., Freshman, Agriculture, Starkville, Miss. 

Malcolm M. Randolph, Sophomore, Agriculture, Batesville, Miss. 

Martin D. Randle, Freshman, Starkville, Miss. 

Nancy Anne Randolph, Junior, Education, Chi Omega, State 
College, Miss. 

Frank E. Ratliff, Jr., Freshman, Engineering, Sigma Chi, 
Natchez, Miss. 

Lenox Ratcliff, Junior, Agriculture, Auburn, Miss. 

Marvin L. Ratcliff, Jr., Freshman, Business, Philadelphia, Miss. 

Sarah F. Ratliff, Freshman, Science, Natchez, Miss. 

Victor M. Tathen, Freshman, Science, Amory, Miss. 

John E. Rawls, Sophomore, Science, Columbia, Miss. 

Conder p. Ray, Freshman, Business, Hackleberg, Ala. 

Francis L. Ray, Sophomore, Education, Mathiston, Miss. 

William Brown Ray, Freshman, Business, Sigma Chi, Louis- 
ville, Miss. 

Walter Holmes Rayner, Sophomore, Business, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, Greenville, Miss. 

Talmadge Rayborn, Sophomore, Agriculture, Sumrall, Miss. 

James M. Rea, Junior, Education, Philadelphia, Miss. 

J. C. Ready, Freshman, Business, Monticello, Miss. 

Gordon L. Red, Freshman, Summit, Miss. 

James M. Redding, Sophomore, Business, Theta Xi, Poplarville, 
Miss. 



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POHTER 

Porter, Jr. 

Potts 

Pounds 

Powell 

Powell 

Powell 

Powell 

Pratt, Jr. 

Pray 

Prentice 

Prewitt 

Prewitt 



Price, Jr. 

Price 

Price 

Price 

Phichard 

Privett, Jr. 

Proctor 



Pruitt 
Pryoh 

PUGH 
PUGH 

Pullen 
Purvis 

PUTMAM 



Putnam 

Rabb 

Ragland 

Ralston 

Ramsey 

Ramsey' 

Ramsey 



Ramsey 

Randolph 

Randle, Jr. 

Randolph 

Randle 

Randolph 

Ratliff, Jr. 



Ratcliff 

Ratcliff, Jr. 

Ratliff 

Tathen 

Rawls 

R.-vy 

Ray 

Ray 

Rayneh 

Rayborn 

Rea 

Ready 

Red 

Redding 



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Alfred S. Reed, Jr., Freshman, Agriculture, Water Valley, Miss. 

James S. Reed, Freshman, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha, Silver City, 
Miss. 

James Albert Reeves, Sophomore, Education, Sturgis, Miss. 

Walter E. Reeves, Sophomore, Business, Yazoo City, Miss. 

W. H. Reeves, Freshman, Greenwood, Miss. 

George A. Renacker, Jr., Sophomore, Business, Durant, Miss. 

HoNORE M. Renfroe, Sophomore, Science, Phi Kappa Tau, Can- 
ton, Miss. 

Paul Renfroe, Freshman, Education, Lena, Miss. 

Stevens R. Renfroe, Junior, Education, Brookhaven, Miss. 

Henry H. Reynolds, Jr., Sophomore, Business, Starkville, Miss. 

W. Kebmit Reynolds, Sophomore, Science, Harperville, Miss. 

R. J. Reynolds, Freshman, Engineering, Harperville, Miss. 

RowE C. Rhett, Freshman, Business, Kappa Alpha, Columbus, 

Miss. 

John K. Rhyne, Jr., Sophomore, Business, Lexington, Miss. 
Raymond Paul Rice, Sophomore, Engineering, Meridian, Miss. 
Mabvin E. Richabdson, Freshman, Engineering, Louisville, Miss. 
William L. Richmond, Freshman, Business, Summit, Miss. 
Dean Ricketts, Freshman, Business, Macon, Miss. 
Margan N. Rigby, Freshman, Business, Madison, Miss. 

Charles S. Riggan, Freshman, Agriculture, Lake Connorant, 

Miss. 

Frank T. Riley, Freshman, Business, Sigma Chi, West Point, 

Miss. 

Robert M. Bitter, Junior, Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau, Tupelo, 

Miss. 

George D. Rives, Jr., Junior, Science, Indianola, Miss. 

Julian Wbay Rives, Freshman, Business, Phi Kappa Alpha, 
Indianola, Miss. 

Quentin L. Rives, Sophomore, Agriculture, Lena, Miss. 

Franklin L. Robertson, Sophomore, Engineering, Stonewall, 
Miss. 

Joseph P. Robertson, Freshman, Business, Stonewall, Miss. 

Fred K. Roberts, Junior, Agriculture, Forrest, Miss. 

Randell E. Roberts, Freshman, Education, Biloxi, Miss. 

William E. Roberts, Sophomore, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Kosciusko, Miss. 



Herbert K. Robertson, Freshman, Business, Kappa Sigma, Jack- 
son, Miss. 

Edward B. Robinson, Junior, Science, Meridian, Miss. 

Fbances Robinson, Sophomore, Education, Chi Omega, Rule- 
ville. Miss. 

Gilbert A. Robinson, Jr., Junior, Agriculture, Kappa Sigma, 
Memphis, Tenn. 

Howard E. Robinson, Freshman, Business, Waynesboro, Miss. 

Joe L. Robinson, Sophomore, Agriculture, Kappa Sigma, Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 

Joe Y. Robinson, Freshman, Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Corinth, 

Miss. 

Lee Robinson, Jr., Freshman, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Hickory, Miss. 

Leroy E. Robinson, Freshman, Engineering, Greenwood, Miss. 

Ned L. Robinson, Junior, Agriculture, Greenville, Miss. 

Richard L. Robinson, Freshman, Agriculture, Brandon, Miss. 

James A. Roby, Freshman, Business, Kappa Sigma, Kosciusko, 
Miss. 

William Roby, Freshman, Business, Kappa Sigma, Kosciusko, 

Miss. 

James M. Rochester, Sophomore, Agriculture, Kappa Sigma, 
Morton, Miss. 

William E. Rodgers, Freshman, Business, Lambda Chi Alpha, 
Jackson, Miss. 

Boyce a. Roebuck, Junior, Business, Zeta Tau Alpha, Houston, 
Miss. 

George F. Roesch, Sophomore, Business, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Fred D. Rogers, Freshman, Agriculture, Phi Kappa Tau, Nettle- 
ton, Miss. 

Jesse B. Rogers, Sophomore, Business, Kappa Alpha, Shelby, 
Miss. 

Otis Van Rogers, Sophomore, Engineering, Meridian, Miss. 

Rosemary Rogers, Freshman, Business, Zeta Tau Alpha, Patter- 
son, Miss. 

Walter G. Rogers, Jr., Freshman, Agriculture, Ecru, Miss. 

Louis J. Roman, Junior, Science, Sigma Alpha Mu, Greenville, 
Miss. 

LoYD G. Rone, Freshman, Agriculture, Ethel, Miss. 

Thomas E. Rone, Junior, Agriculture, Ethel, Miss. 

Robert Baird Rose, Junior, Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Doddsville, Miss. 



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Reed 

Ree\'es 

Reeves 

Reeves 

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Renfroe 

Renfroe 

Renfhow 

Reynolds, Jr. 

Reynolds 

Reynolds 

Rhett 

Rhyne, Jr. 

Rice 

Richardson 

Richmond 

RiCKETTS 

Rigby 

RiGGAN 

Riley 



RiTTER 

Rives, Jr. 

Rives 

Rives 

Robertson 

roberson 

Roberts 



Roberts 

Roberts 

Robertson 

Robinson 

Robinson 

Robinson, Jr. 

Robinson 



Robinson 

Robinson 

Robinson, Jr. 

Robinson 

Robinson 

Robinson 

Roby 



Roby 

Rochester 
Rogers 
Roebuck 

ROESCH 

Rogers 
Rogers 

Rogers 

Rogers 

Rogers, Jr. 

Roman 

Rone 

Rone 

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Jerome Rossoff, Sopliomore, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Mu, 
Starkville, Miss. 

James Pheane Ross, Junior, Education, Magnolia, Miss. 

Walter W. Rotchild, Junior, Business, Sigma Alpha Mu, Benoit, 
Miss. 

Martin S. Rouse, Junior, Engineering, Kappa Alpha, Springhill, 
Miss. 

Oscar Gordon Rounsaville, Sophomore, Business, Leasesville, 
Miss. . - 

William T. Rowe, Sophomore, Engineering, Byhalia, Miss. 

Irving J. Rubenstein, Junior, Business, Booneville, Miss. 

Robert H. Rueff, Sophomore, Business, McComb, Miss. 

David A. Ruffin, Jr., Sophomore, Business, Kappa Alpha, Earle, 
Ark. 

Glenn B. Ruffin, Freshman, Science, Laurel, Miss. 

William H. Ruffin, Jr., Freshman, Agriculture, New Augusta, 
Miss. 

William G. Runyon, Freshman, Engineering, Jackson, Miss. 

John C. Rush, Freshman, Agriculture, Philadelphia, Miss. 

Lewis V. Ru.'ling, Sophomore, Business, Kappa Alpha, Jackson, 
Miss. 

Sammy K. Russell, Sopliomore, Engineering, Pascagoula, Miss. 

Frank C. Saino, Freshman, Business, Memphis, Tenn. 

Charles L. Salley, Junior, Education, Eupora, Miss. 

Glen W. Salley, Freshman, Business, Eupora, Miss. 

Travis P. Sandidge, Junior, Science, Pi Kappa Alpha, Jackson, 
Miss. 

James A. Sanders, Freshman, Science, Aberdeen, Miss. 

John Sanders, Freshman, Agriculture, Harperville, Miss. 

Richard W. Sanders, Sophomore, Engineering, New Albany, Miss. 

Paul H. Sanders, Freshman, Business, Sigma Xi, Starkville, Miss. 

John T. Santmyer, Sophomore, Engineering, Kappa Alpha, Hat- 
tiesburg Miss. 

James N. Sappington, Freshman, Engineering, Ecru, Miss. 

Charles L. Sarthou, Sophomore, Agriculture, Ripley, Miss. 

Ray M. Sartor, Freshman, Agriculture, Hamilton, Miss. 

Corbett Saucier, Sophomore, Education, Bilo.xi, Miss. 



Bobby Saul, Sophomore, Science, Starkville, Miss. 

Anna M. Savage, Sophomore, Science, Zeta Tau Alpha, State 
College, Miss. 

Carl P. Savage, Sophomore, Business, Webb, Miss. 

Walter T. Savage, Sophomore, Business, Lambda Chi Alpha, 
Cliftonville, Miss. 

George T. Saxon, Freshman, Business, Philadelphia, Miss. 

Samuel W. Scales, Sophomore, Business, Sigma Xi, Starkville, 
Miss. 

Richard P. Schmitz, Freshman, Science, Pi Kappa Alpha, Amory, 
Miss. 

Lewis Schneider, Engineering, Jackson, Miss. 

Ray R. Schoonover, Freshman, Engineering, Greenville, Miss. 

Lawrence V. Schuetta, Freshman, Engineering, Greenville, Miss. 

Charles L. Sciple, Freshman, Agriculture, Gholson, Miss. 

Everett W. Sciple, Sophomore, Science, Gholson, Miss. 

Hugh L Scott, Freshman, Engineering, Jackson, Miss. 

Jimmie J. Scott, Sophomore, Business, Meridian, Miss. 

O. W. Scott, Sophomore, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha, Duck Hill, 

Miss. 

Robert A. Scott, Junior, Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau Corinth, 
Miss. 

Thomas W. Scott, Sophomore, Eupora, Miss. 

William E. Scott, Junior, Education, Mathiston, Miss. 

James R. Scribner, Jr., Junior, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha, Amory, 

Miss. 

Leo W. Seal, Sophomore, Engineering, Kappa Alpha, Bay St. 
Louis, Miss. 

Dorothy L. Segrest, Junior, Science, Zeta Tau Alpha, McBride, 
Miss. 

Harold H. Sehlmeyer, Sophomore, Business, Popularville, Miss. 

Daniel O. Self, Junior, Business, Starkville, Miss. 

Thomas E. Self, Freshman, Business, Birmingham, Ala. 

Rex M. Sells, Junior, Engineering, Helena, Ark. 

Eldon A. Selman, Junior, Agriculture, Kappa Sigma, Monticello, 

Miss. 

Hade W. Sessums, Senior, Education, Lena, Miss. 

George M. Shannon, Junior, Science, Sigma Chi, Greenville, Miss. 



112 



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Ross 

ROTCHtLD 

Rouse 
rounsaville 

ROWE 
RUBENSTEIN 

RUEFF 
RUFFIN, Jll. 
RUFFIN 
RUFFIN, Jn. 
RUNYON 

Rush 

RUSUNG 



Russell 
Saino 

S ALLEY 

Salley 
Sandidge 
Sanders 
Sanders 



Sanders 

Sanders 

Santmyer 

Sappington 

Sarthou 

Saucier 

Sartor 



Saul 

Savage 

Savage 

Savage 

Saxon 

Scales 

SCHMITZ 



Schneider 

schoonover 

schuetta 

SCIPLE 
SCIPLE 
ScOTT 
SCOTT 



ScOTT 
SCOTT 
ScOTT 
ScOTT 
SCRIBNER, Jr. 

Seal 
Segrest 

Sehlmeyer 

Self 

Self 

Sells 

Selman 

Sessums 

Shannon 



THE 




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James J. Shannon, Sophomore Engineering, Laurel, Miss. 

Marcus Shanteau, Freyhman, Engineering, Ocean Springs, Miss. 

Cadien p. Shaw, Freshman, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Natchez, Miss. 

E. M. Shaw, Jr., Junior, Business, Black Hawk, Miss. 

James O. Shaw, Freshman, Agriculture, Webb, Miss. 

Joe Shaw, Freshman, Agriculture, Marked Tree, Ark. 

Lawrence C. Shaw, Junior, Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Natchez, Miss. 

Ralph Shaw, Sophomore, Engineering, Kawanee, Miss. 

Billy W, Shelton, Sophomore, Engineering, Vaiden, Miss. 

James H. Shettles, Freshman, Agriculture, Acru, Miss. 

Edwin W. Shields, Sophomore, Science, Meridian, Miss. 

Thomas C. Shirley, Freshman, Engineering, Tupelo, Miss. 

Marvin C. Shoemaker, Sophomore, Engineering 

Orpha Shoemaker, Junior, Business, Clara, Miss. 

James L. Shook, Freshman, Business, Starkville, Miss. 

Donald F. Short, Sophomore, Engineering, Sigma Xi Greenwood, 
Miss. 

James A. Short, Junior, Business, Sigma Xi, Meridian, Miss. 

Robert M. P. Short, Freshman, Agriculture, Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon, Como, Miss. 

Charles T. Shotts, Junior, Agriculture, Mendenhall, Miss. 

William T. Shuff, Junior, Business, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Robert L. Shuler, Sophomore, Engineering, Greenwood, Miss. 

Alexander Sidorik, Junior, Engineering, Hartford, Conn. 

Richard A. Sikes, Freshman, Science, Kappa Alpha, Hattiesburg, 

Miss. 

Philip G. Simon, Junior, Engineering, Jackson, Miss. 

Albert D. Simmons, Jr., Sophomore, Engineering, Sigma Xi, West 
Point, Miss. 

Clyde Simmons, Sophomore, Agriculture, West Point, Miss. 

George Whit Simmons Sophomore, Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Utica, Miss. 

Harold H. Simmons, Sophomore, Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Utica, Miss. 



Jesse E. Simmons, Junior, Education, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Itta 
Bena, Miss. 

Marion L. Simmons, Junior, Education, Pi Kappa Alpha, Me- 
ridian, Miss. 

Norman Simmons, Sophomore, Agriculture, Progress, Miss. 

Rex R. Simmons, Sophomore, Agriculture, Progress, Miss. 

Walter F. Simmons, Freshman, Engineering, Progress, Miss. 

Walter Tate Simmons, Sophomore, Agriculture, Mesa, Miss. 

William E. Simpson, Soj)homore, Engineering, Darling, Miss. 

WooTEN D. Simpson, Freshman, Science, Lomnolen, Miss. 

John P. Sinclair, Junior, Agriculture, Braxton, Miss. 

William P. Sissell, Freshman, Agriculture, Water Valley, Miss. 

John D. Sistrunk, Jr., Sophomore, Engineering, Alpha Tau 
Omega, Parchman, Miss. 

Robert E. Sizemore, Junior, Engineering, Sigma Chi, Memphis, 
Tenn. 

Same Skipper, Jr. Freshman, Engineering, Belzoni, Miss. 

James H. Slaughter, Freshman, Engineering, Philadelphia, Miss. 

Crofton Sloan, Sophomore, Engineering, Vicksburg, Miss. 

James T. Sloan, Junior, Engineering, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Ralph G. Slocum, Junior, Business, Phi Kappa Tau, Coldwater, 
Miss. 

Henry C. Smart, Freshman, Education, Booneville, Miss. 

Albert R. Smith, Junior, Engineering, Calhoun City, Miss. 

Allan B. Smith, Jr., Junior, Agriculture Kappa Sigma, Marks, 
Miss. 

Andrew L. Smith, Junior, Engineering, Mantee, Miss. 

Cleveland B. Smith, Sophomore, Science, Tylertown, Miss. 

Clifton D. Smith, Freshman, Engineering, Allen, Miss. 

David M. Smith, Sophomore, Science, Greenville, Miss. 

E. M. Smith, Sophomore, Engineering, Meridian, Miss. 

EiMMETTE M. Smith, Freshman, Engineering, Lambda XI Alpha, 
Russum, Miss. 

Eunice L. Smith, Sophomore, Business, Chi Omega, Courtland, 

Miss. 

George B. Smith, Junior Engineering Philadelphia, Miss. 



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Shanteau 

Shaw 

Shaw, Jr. 

Shaw 

Shaw 

Shaw 

Shaw 

Shelton 

s mettles 

Shields 

Shirley 

Shoemaker 

Shoemaker 



Shook 

Short 

Short 

Short 

Shotts 

Shuff 

Shuler 



Sidorik 

SiKES 

Simon 

Simmons, Jr. 
Simmons 
Simmons 
Simmons 



Simmons 
Simmons 
Simmons 
Simmons 
Simmons 
Simmons 
Simpson 



Simpson 
Sinclair 

SiSSELL 
SiSTRUNK, Jr. 
SiZEMORE 

Skipper, Jr. 
Slaughter 



Sloan 

Sloan 

Slocum 

Smart 

Smith 

Smith, Jr. 

Smith 

Smith 
S^hth 
S^^TH 
S^^TH 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith 



THE 




Harry C. Smith, Junior, Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Aberdeen, 
Miss. 

Henry P. Smith, Junior, Agriculture, Port Arthur, Texas 

Herman Smith, Jr., Sophomore, Business, Sigma Xi, Greenwood, 

Miss. 

HosEA E. Smith, Sophomore, Engineering, Mathiston, Miss. 

James H. Smith, Freshman, Engineering, Tupelo, Miss. 

Joyce Smith, Freshman, Engineering, Woodville, Miss. 

Lawrence E. Smith, Freshman, Agriculture, Brookhaven, Miss. 

LoTT Smith, Junior, Agriculture, Sigma Pi, Magnolia, Miss. 

Louis H. Smith, Sophomore, Agriculture, Noxapater, Miss. 

Murray L. Smith, Jr., Sophomore, Education, Jasper, Ala. 

Richard E. Smith, Junior, Agriculture, Richton, Miss. 

Stephens E. Smith, Jr., Freshman, Business, West Point, Miss. 

Thomas M. Smith, Freshman, Science, Centreville, Miss. 

Truett Smith, Freshman, Education, Hazlehurst, Miss. 

F. H. Sneed, Junior, English, Pontotoc, Miss. 

Henry Sneed, Sophomore, Engineering Lambda Xi Alpha, Vicks- 
burg. Miss. 

Robert L. Sneed, Freshman, Engineering, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Andersom T. Snider, Junior, Engineering, Shuqualak, Miss. 

Carlene Solomon, Junior, Education, Tishamingo, Miss. 

Robert W. Solomon, Junior, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Greenville, Miss. 

Robert E. Sorrels, Freshman, Business, West Point, Miss. 

Thomas A. Spain, Sophomore, Engineering Kappa Alpha, Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Howard R. Spalding, Junior, Business, Canton, Miss. 

Vernon D. Sparks, Junior, Agriculture, Corinth, Miss. 

William F. Sparks, Sophomore, Business, Tupelo, Miss. 

Don Spearman, Freshman, Science, Tremont, Miss. 

Eugene Spearman, Freshman, Engineering, Cofteeville, Miss. 

P. J. Spears, Jr., Sophomore, Agriculture, Jackson, Miss. 

Donald D. Speed, Sophomore, Engineering, Kappa Alpha, Bel- 
zoni. Miss. 



J. A. Speights, Jr., Freshman, Agriculture, Sardis, Miss. 
M. T. Speights, Sophomore, Engineering, Memphis, Tenn. 
Henry C. Speir, Freshman, Engineering, Jackson, Miss. 
Raleigh J. Spinks, Sophomore, Agriculture, DeKalb, Miss. 

George H. Spivey, Freshman, Science, Kappa Alpha, Belzoni, 

Miss. 

Elbert A. Springer Sophomore, Engineering, Okalona, Miss. 

William C. Stacks, Jr., Sophomore, Engineering, Natchez, Miss. 

John E. Stafford, Sophomore, Business, Cedar BlufF, Miss. 

James E. Stallings, Junior, Education, Mathiston, Miss. 

Herbert Stampley, Freshman, Engineering, Bentonia, Miss. 

L. D. Rutherford, Freshman, Engineering, Walnut, Miss. 

John S. Standifer, Freshman, Agriculture, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Greenwood, Miss. 

Leon C. Standifer, Jr., Sophomore, Agriculture, Sigma Xi, Jack- 
son, Miss. 

David C. Stanford, Junior, Agriculture, Poplarville, Miss. 

Edward L. Stanford, Junior, Science, Jackson, Miss. 

Jack Stanford, Jr., Freshman, Agriculture, Clarksdale, Miss. 

Richard J. Stanley, Freshman, Agriculture, Kappa Sigma, 
Starkville, Miss. 

John H. Stanton, Freshman, Engineering, Sigma Xi, Greenwood, 

Miss. 

Floyce J. Steadman, Freshman, Business, Chi Omega, Green- 
ville, Miss. 

Robert D. Steele, Junior, Education, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Shu- 
qualak, Miss. 

James B. Steen, Junior, Engineering Florence, Miss. 

Milton C. Stennett, Freshman, Agriculture, Moss, Miss. 

James O. Stephens, Junior, Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Magee, 
Miss. 

Adolphe F. Sterken, Freshman, Engineering, Ocean Springs, 
Miss. 

John A. Stevens, Sophomore, Education, Magee, Miss. 

Robert L. Stevens, Sophomore, Agriculture, Sandersville, Miss. 

Sara L. Stevens, Junior, Business, Zeta Tau Alpha, Macon, Miss. 



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Smith 

Smith 

Smith, Jr. 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith, Jr. 

Smith 

Smith, Jr. 

Smith 

Smith 



Sneed 

Sneed 

Sneed 

Snider 

Solomon 

Solomon 

Sorrels 



Spain 

Spalding 

Sparks 

Sparks 

Spearman 

Spearman 

Spears, Jr. 



Speed 

Speights, Jr. 

Speights 

Speir 

S pinks 

Spivey 

Springer 



Stacks, Jr. 

Stafford 

Stallings 

Stampley 

Rutherford 

Standifer 

Standifer, Jr. 



Stanford 

Stanford 

Stanford, Jr. 

Stanley 

Stanton 

Steadman 

Steele 

Steen 

Stennett 

Stephens 

Sterken 

Stevens 

Stevens 

Stevens 



THE 





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James R. Stevenson, Junior, Agriculture, New Albany, Miss. 

Arthur B. Stevens, Jr., Sophomore, Agriculture, Kappa Alpha, 
Macon, Miss. 

Benjamin R. Stewart, Junior, Agriculture, Lexington, Miss. 

Edwin F. Stewart, Sophomore, Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Jackson, Miss. 

Marion G. Stewart, Jr., Sophomore, Agriculture, Kappa Sigma, 
Natchez, Miss. 

Henry W. Stigler, Sophomore, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Drew, Miss. 

Medie T. Still, Junior, Science, Pi Kappa Alpha, Meridian, Miss. 

Walter E. Stokes, III, Junior, Business, Kappa Alpha, Green- 
ville, Miss. 

John A. Stott Sophomore, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, Green- 
wood, Miss. 

Ernest K. Strahan, Jr., Sophomore, Engineering, Alpha Tau 
Omega, New Orleans, La. 

H. T. Strain, Freshman, Engineering, Starkville, Miss. 

William H. Strawbridge, Sophomore, Business, Aberdeen, Miss. 

William Strickland, Jr., Freshman, Engineering, Sigma Chi, 
Rolling Fork, Miss. 

James Stringer, Junior, Business, Raymond, Miss. 

Robert Stringer, Freshman, Business, Kappa Alpha, Shuqualak, 
Miss. 

Ed Stuart, Freshman, Engineering, Clarksdale Miss. 

James B. Stuart, Sophomore, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Jackson, Miss. 

Joe M. Sudduth, Sophomore, Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Carth- 
age, Miss. 

Patterson W. Sudduth, Freshman, Business, Kappa Alpha, 
Starkville, Miss . 

Gladys M. Suitor, Junior, Education, Corinth, Miss. 

Kenneth Summerour, Junior, Agriculture, Lucedale, Miss. 

Edward Suttle, Freshman, Agriculture, Louisville, Miss. 

John F. Sutton, Freshman, Agriculture, Indianola, Miss. 

William F. Suttle, Sophomore, Agriculture, Mashulaville, Miss. 

Frank Swalm, Freshman, Education, Brookhaven, Miss. 

Robert H. Swanzy, Freshman, Agriculture, Sigma Xi, Sidon, Miss. 

Frank B. Swearengen, Freshman, Agriculture, Oakland, Miss. 

Fred Swindoll, Freshman, Business, Eupora, Miss. 

Robert E. Swindoll, Sophomore, Engineering, Europa, Miss. 

William S. Switzer, Freshman, Business, Kappa Alpha, Belzoni, 
Miss. 

James C. Sykes, Freshman, Education, Quitman, Miss. 



James H. Sylvester, Sophomore, English, Quitman, Miss. 
Travis Tadlock, Jr., Sophomore, Agriculture, Forest, Miss. 
James L. Talbeet, Freshman, Agriculture, Louisville, Miss. 

William G. Talbert, Freshman, Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, 

Jackson, Miss. 

Oliver Tann, Freshman, Agriculture, Steele, Miss. 

James A. Tatum, Freshman, Education, Waynesboro, Miss. 

Kenneth Tatum, Freshman, Engineering, Meridian, Miss. 

Carl Taylor, Sophomore, Engineering, Yazoo City, Miss. 

Douglas E. Taylor, Freshman Engineering, Kappa Alpha, 
Meridian, Miss. 

Fred W. Taylor, Jr., Junior, Agriculture, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Conio, Miss. 

John A. Taylor, Sophomore, Business, Pace, Miss. 

Marvin E. Taylor, Sophomore, Agriculture, Philadelphia, Miss. 

Harry H. Teasley, Freshman, Business, Starkville, Miss. 

Mary Marjorie Temple, Junior, Business, Zeta Tau Alpha, Elec 
trie Mills, Miss. 

Charles H. Temple, Freshman, Business, Lambda Chi Alpha, 
Starkville, Miss. 

Leslie O. Templeton, Junior, Agriculture, Starkville, Miss. 

Talmadge L. Tenhet, Junior, Business, Drew, Miss. 

Perry A. Terry, Junior, Business, Charleston, Miss. 

Ralph E. Thetford, Freshman, Science, Brookhaven, Miss. 

Leonard D. Theus, Sophomore, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, 
Vicksburg, Miss. 

Alfred L. Thomas, Jr., dor. Agriculture, Senatobia, Miss. 

Gerald B. Thomas, Sophomore, Engineering, Sigma Xi, West 
Point, Miss. 

John H. Thomas, Sophomore, Agriculture, West Point, Miss. 

Juliette Thomas, Junior, Science, Yazoo City, Miss. 

Pierce A. Thomas, Junior, Agriculture, Collierville, Tenn. 

Nathaniel W. Thomas, Junior, Agriculture, Lambda Chi Alpha, 
Tallulah, La. 

William C. Thomas, Jr., Freshman, Business, Phi Kappa Tau, 
Starkville, Miss. 

Henry M. Thomason, Freshman, Agriculture, Sigma Xi, Green- 
wood, Miss. 

Jimmie N. Thompson, Freshman, Business, Phi Kappa Tau, 
Sumrall, Miss. 

Joe Burkett Thompson, Freshman, Agriculture, Bassfield, Miss. 

Johnny M. Thompson, Sophomore, Engineering, Canton, Miss. 

Kenneth Thompson, Freshman, Business, State College, Miss. 



118 







Stevenson 

Stevens, Jr. 

Stewart 

Stewakt 

Stewabt, Jr. 

Stigler 

Still 

Stokes, III 

Stott 

Strahan, Jr. 

Strain 

Sthawbridge 

Strickland, Jr. 

Stringer 

Stringer 

Stuart 

Stuart 

SUDDUTH 

Sudduth 
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, summerour 

Suttle 
Sutton 
Suttle 

SWALM 
SWANZY 

Swearengen 

SwiNDOLL 



SwaNDOLL 
SWITZER 

Sykes 
Sylvester 
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Taylor 

Taylor, Jr. 

Taylor 

Taylor 

Teasley 

Temple 

Templeton 

Templeton 

Tenhet 

Terry' 

Thetford 

Theus 

Thomas 

Thomas 

Thomas 

Thomas 

Thomas 

Thomas 

Thomas, Jr. 

Thomason 

Thompson 

Thompson 

Thompson 

Thompson 



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Lee Thompson, Sophomore, Agriculture, Sigma Pi, Pontotoc, 
Miss. 

L. H. Thompson, Junior, Gulfport, Miss. 

Leo Thompson, Sophomore, Agriculture, Okolona, Miss. 

Robert H. Thompson, Sophomore, Engineering, Kappa Alpha, 
Areola, Miss. 

Wilson L. Thompson, Sophomore, Agriculture, Raleigh, Miss. 

William G. Thoms, Sophomore, Business, Kappa Alpha, Hatties- 
burg, Miss. 

George Thornton, Sophomore, Agriculture, Union, Miss. 

William C. Thrift, J"-, Sophomore, Business, Phi Kappa Tau, 
Tupelo, Miss. 

Andrew J. Thurmond, Jr., Junior, Agriculture, West Helena, Ark. 

Robert H. Thurmond, Junior, Business, Cotton Plant, Miss. 

Thomas E. Tiller Freshman, Engineering, Memphis, Tenn. 

Joe p. Tillman, Freshman, Business, Greenwood, Miss. 

Marvin C. Tillman, Sophomore, Agriculture, Sigma Xi, Green- 
wood, Miss. 

Charles W. Tingle, Freshman, Agriculture, Philadelphia, Miss. 

Nancy Jo Tisdell, Freshman, Education, Chi Omega, Green- 
wood, Miss. 

Charlene Todd, Junior, Education, Jackson, Miss. 

Edward L. Tomlin, Freshman, Business, Starkville, Miss. 

Charles C. Tomlinson, Junior, Engineering, Gulfport, Miss. 

John C. Tomlinson, Freshman, Engineering, Gulfport, Miss. 

GiLBERTO Y. Torres, Junior, Engineering, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, 
C. A. 

Carl W. Townsend, Sophomore, Engineering, Weir, Miss. 

Malcolm H. Travis, Freshman, Engineering, Magnolia Miss. 

Edward Traweek, Freshman, Agriculture, Columbus, Miss. 

Charles E. Treas, Junior, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Aber- 
deen, Miss. 

Winfhed L. Trest, Sophomore, Business, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Louisville, Miss. 

Frank K. Tribble, Freshman, Education, Birmingham, Ala. 

Neva Trigg, Junior, Education, Clara, Miss. 

Earl H. Triplett, Sophomore, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha, Chat- 
ham, Miss. 

Roger W. Truesdale, Junior, Agriculture, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Ofahoma, Miss. 

William B. Truesdale, Junior, Agriculture, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Ofahoma, Miss. 

Betty Jean Tucker, Freshman, Business, Starkville, Miss. 



John T. Turfitt, Junior, Science, Hollandale, Miss. 

Howard L. Turpin, Jr., Sophomore, Engineering, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Allen R. Turner, Freshman, Agriculture, Jackson, Miss. 

O. L. Turner, Freshman, Agriculture, Louisville, Miss. 

Philip D. Turner, Freshman, Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Tunica, Miss. 

Wallace E. Turner, Freshman, Business, Leakesville, Miss. 

BiLLiE Fern Turnley, Freshman, English, Chi Omega, Green- 
ville, Miss. 

Paul H. Upton, Freshman, Engineering, Walnut Grove Miss. 

George Van Landingham, Freshman, Business, Calhoun City, 

Miss. 

Ellie L. Vaughan, Jr., Freshman, Education, Amory, Miss. 

Hugh Reece Vaughan, Sophomore, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Vaughan, Miss. 

Bennie D. Verell, Freshman, Engineering, Houston, Miss. 

EuELL M. Vinson, Junior, Engineering, Sigma Xi, Monticello, Miss. 

George C. Wade, Sophomore, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha, Glen 
Allan, Miss. 

Robert C. Wade, Jr., Calhoun City, Miss. 

Lamar H. Wadhngton, Junior, Science, Kappa Sigma, Sledge, 

Miss. 

Raymond E. Wadkins, Sophomore, Engineering, Corinth, Miss. 

Frank T. Wadley Junior, Engineering, Memphis, Tenn. 

V. P. Wait, Junior, Business, Kappa Sigma, Senatobia, Miss. 

Thomas J. Walker, Freshman, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha, Hatties- 
burg. Miss. 

William C. Walker, Sophomore, Agriculture, Independence, 
Miss. 

William: R. Walker, Freshman, Engineering, Laurel, Miss. 

Clintin E. Wallace, Freshman, Engineering Yazoo City, Miss. 

Harris F. Wallace, Sophomore, Engineering, Canton, Miss. 

William W. Wallace, Freshman, Agriculture, Longview, Miss. 

Fred L. Waller, Sophomore, Agriculture, Derma, Miss. 

Oscar U. Walling, Junior, Science, Florence, Miss. 

Albert H. Walters, Junior, Engineering, Theta Xi, Jackson, Miss. 

Myrle C. Walters, Freshman, Business, Aberdeen, Miss. 

Oliver F. Waltman, Junior, Agriculture, Lake, Miss. 

Patricia Walton, Sophomore, Education, Chi Omega, Beulah, 
Miss. 

DouTHiT E. Wamble, Junior, Education, Starkville, Miss. 



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Thompson 

Thompson 

Thompson 

Thompson 

Thompson 

Thoms 

Thornton 

Thrift, Jr. 

Thurmond, Jr. 

Thurmond 

Tiller 

Tillman 

Tillman 

Tingle 

Tisdell 
Todd 

TOMLIN 

Tomlinson 
tomlinson 
Torres 
townsend 

Travis 

Trawick 

Treas 

Trest 

Tribble 

Trigg 

Tripplett 

Truesdale 
Truesdale 
Tucker 

TURFITT 

TuRPiN, Jr. 

Turner 

Turner 

Turner 
Turner 

TURNLEY 

Upton 
Landingham 
Vaughan, Jr. 
Vaughan 

Verell 

Vinson 

Wade 

Wade, Jr. 

Wadlington 

Wadkins 

Wadley 

Wait 

Walker 

Walker 

Walker 

Wallace 

Wallace 

Wallace 

\\'.\ller 

^\'ALLING 

Walters 

Walters 

Waltman 

W'alton 

Wamble 



THE 




Henry H. Wamble, Junior, English, Sigma Pi, Greenwood, Miss. 

Howard H. Waimble, Sophomore, Business, Sigma Chi, Kosciusko, 

Miss. 

John D. Ware, Sophomore, Agriculture, Raleigh, Miss. 

Henry Lee Warnack, Freshman, Engineering, McComb, Miss. 

Paul E. Warner, Freshman, Agriculture, Big Creek, Miss. 

BiLLiE E. Wasson, Junior, Agriculture, Kosciusko, Miss. 

Charles L. Walters, Sophomore, Engineering, Sigma Chi, 
Tupelo, Miss. 

Coy H. Watkins, Junior, Education, Carthage, Miss. \ 

Edwin B. Watkins, Junior, Agriculture, Dixon, Miss. 

Leigh Watkins, Freshman, Engineering, Kappa Alpha, Jackson, 
Miss. 

Richard D. Watkins, Freshman, Agriculture, Kappa Sigma, Mc- 
Comb, Miss. 

Geoffrey S. Watrous, Jr., Sophomore, Engineering, Long Beach, 
Miss. 

William F. Watrous, Freshman, Engineering, Long Beach, Miss. 

A. R. Watson, Sophomore, Education, Calhoun City, Miss. 

Lewis R. Watts, Freshman, Agriculture, Columbia, Miss. 

Sidney E. Watters, Jr., Sophomore, Engineering, Sigma Chi, 
Greenwood, Miss. 

Patsy Ann Watts, Sophomore, Science, Zeta Tau Alpha, West 
Point, Miss. 

Ralph E. Watts, Junior, Education, Winona, Miss. 

Tom R. Watts, Freshman, Agriculture, Monticello, Miss. 

Roy Weathers, Sophomore, Agriculture, Steens, Miss. 

Ira Q. Weaver, Junior, Agriculture, Amory, Miss. 

Joe Hurrey Webb, Freshman, Science, Quitman, Miss. 

William Brigham Webb, Junior, Agriculture, Kappa Sigma, 
Tunica, Miss. 

Dan Weeks, Freshman, Agriculture, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Green- 
wood, Miss. 

Morris E. Weeks, Junior, Agriculture, Kosciusko, Miss. 

Charles H. Weir, Sophomore, Business, Newton, Miss. 

Fred J. Weissinger, Sophomore, Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Bolton, Miss. 

Clinton C. Welborn, Freshman, Agriculture, Laurel, Miss. 

Royce L. Welburn, Sophomore, Agriculture, Raleigh, Miss. 

Andrew J. Welch, Sophomore, Agriculture, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Toomsuba, Miss. 

Cloye Jim Welch, Freshman, Business, West Point, Miss. 



Eleanor M. Welch, Junior, Business, Zeta Tau Alpha, Aberdeen, 
Miss. 

William W. Welch, Freshman, Engineering, luka. Miss. 

Herma Lee Wells, Freshman, Business, Chi Omega, Sentatobia, 
Miss. 

William L. Wells, Freshman, Engineering, Union, Miss. 

Halsey E. Wesley, Freshman, Canton, Miss. 

James B. West, Junior, Engineering, Round Lake, Miss. 

Edward Nott Wheeler, Freshman, Agriculture, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, Cleveland, Miss. 

John E. Whitaker, Freshman, Business, Amory, Miss. 

Ben O. White, Sophomore, Agriculture, Holly Springs, Miss. 

Curtis N. White, Sophomore, Engineering, Holly Springs, Miss. 

Dewitt a. White, Sophomore, Business, Kosciusko, Miss. 

Elaie Lee White, Junior, Education, Gulfport, Miss. 

James H. White, Junior, Business, Gulfport, Miss. 

John J. White, Junior, Pickens, Miss. 

Lerrell L. White, Freshman, Agriculture, Bradley, Miss. 

Rovert C. White, Freshman, Engineering, Silver Creek, Miss. 

Royce M. White, Sophomore, Science, Helena, Ark. 

Doris Whitehead, Sophomore, Science, Louisville, Miss. 

Oliver S. Whitehead, Freshman, Science, Meridian, Miss. 

Joseph B. Whiteside, Freshman, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Tupelo, Miss. 

John Whitaker, Jr., Freshman, Agriculture, Woodville, Miss. 

Thomas W. Whitlock, Freshman, Science, Aberdeen, Miss. 

Barnes O. Whitt, Freshman, Agriculture, West Point, Miss. 

Dorothy Whitt, Sophomore, Science, Jackson, Miss . 

Waldon a. Whittington, Sophomore, Business, McComb, Miss. 

John Billy Wicker, Freshman, Science, Pulaski, Miss. 

Erwin C. Wilbourne, Freshman, Engineering, Columbus, Miss. 

Troy F. Wilder, Freshman, Education, New Albany, Miss. 

Jack Lewis Wilkes, Sophomore, Agriculture, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Tunica, Miss. 

Thomas J. Wilkins, Sophomore, Education, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Brooksville, Miss. 

Charles H. Wilkinson, Jr., Sophomore, Agriculture, Sigma Pi, 
Hernando, Miss. 

Dan Williams, Freshman, Agriculture, Columbus, Miss. 



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Wamble 

Ware 

Warnack 

Warner 

Wasson 

Waters 

Watkins 

Watkins 

Watkins 

Watkins 

Watrous, Jr. 

Watrous 

Watson 

Watts 

Watters, Jr. 

Watts 

Watts 

Watts 

Weathers 

Weaver 

Webb 

Webb 

Weeks 

Weeks 

Weih 

Weissinger 

Welborn 

Welbubn 

Welch 

Welch 

Welch 

Welch 

Wells 

Wells 

Wesley 

West 

Wheeler 

Whitaker 

White 

White 

White 

White 
White 
White 
White 
White 
White 
Whitehead 

Whitehead 
W^hiteside 
Whitaker, Jr. 
Whitlock 
Whitt 

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Wilboubne 

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Wilkes 

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David D. Wilhams, Junior, Agriculture, Starkville, Miss. 

Harmel C. Williams, Junior, Education, Columbia, Miss. 

Jack R. Williams, Freshman, Science, Phi Kappa Tau, Tupelo, 
Miss. 

Joe a. Williams, Jr., Sophomore, Engineering, Lambda Chi 
Alpha, Jackson, Miss. 

Marous D. Williams, Sophomore, Engineering, Baldwin, Miss. 

Milton L. Williams, Junior, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, 
Tallulah, La. 

Roy E. Williams, Sophomore, Engineering, Kappa Alpha, Du- 
rant. Miss. 

James C. Williamson, Sophomore, Education, DufFee, Miss. 

Catherine Williford, Freshman, Business, Starkville, Miss. 

Robert C. Willis, Freshman, Engineering, Big Creek, Miss. 

David Chester Wilson, Sophomore, Creenville, Miss. 

H. Clifton Wilson, Jr., Junior, Engineering, Kappa Sigma, 
Jackson, Miss. 

Henry M. Wilson, Jr., Freshman, Engineering, Starkville, Miss. 

Homer Wilson, Sophomore, Science, Kappa Sigma, McComb, 
Miss. 

J. B. Wilson, Junior, Education, Auburn, Miss. 

James L. Wilson, Freshman, Business, Lambda Chi Alpha, Lake 
Cormorant, Miss. 

Malcolm D. Wilson, Sophomore, Agriculture, Batesville, Miss. 

Robert B. Wilson, Freshman, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, 
Horn Lake, Miss. 

Robert Berkley Wilson, Freshman, Engineering, Vicksburg, 

Miss. 

Steve L. Windham, Jr., Agriculture, Hazelhurst, Miss. 

David A. Winfield, Freshman, Business, Starkville, Miss. 

Virginia Winston, Junior, Business, Chi Omega, Starkville, Miss. 

Evans Winter, Sophomore, Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, Le- 
land. Miss. 

E. S. Wirtz, Freshman, Engineering, Jackson, Miss. 

Ferdinand Wise, Sophomore, Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Hazle- 
hurst. Miss. 

Ralph S. Wofford, Junior, Business, Sigma Chi, Cleburne, Texas 

Wilbur H. Woleben, Junior, Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Gulfport, Miss. 

William D. Woleben, Freshman, Engineering, Gulfport, Miss. 

James W. Woodard, Jr., Freshman, Engineering, Leakesville, 
Miss. 

Clyde S. Womack, Freshman, Education, Magee, Miss. 



FuRNEY W. Wood, Sophomore, Agriculture, Merigold, Miss. 

James D. Wood, Freshman, Agriculture, Kappa Sigma, Sidon, 
Miss. 

James A. Woods, Freshman, Engineering, Grenada, Miss. 

Paul S. Woods, Sophomore, Business, Kosciusko, Miss. 

Arthur F. Woodward, Sophomore, Business, Noxapater, Miss. 

George N. Woodward, Junior, Agriculture, Louisville, Miss. 

Paul J. Woodward, Sophomore, Engineering, Indianola, Miss. 

William W. Woodward, Freshman, Engineering, Shubuta, Miss. 

O. B. Wooley, Jr., Freshman, Science, Kappa Sigma, Marks, 

Miss. 

Glenn Worthington, Freshman, Agriculture, Brandon, Miss. 

Sidney L. Worthy, Freshman, Business, Theta Xi, Picayune, Miss. 

James C. Wright, Sophomore, Agriculture, Woodland, Miss. 

Prentiss D. Wright, Sophomore, Engineering, Plantersville, Miss. 

William R. Wright, Freshman, Agriculture, Walnut, Miss. 

James V. Wyatt, Freshman, Engineering, Pascagoula, Miss. 

William G. Wyckoff, Jr., Freshman, Agriculture, Kappa Alpha, 
Meridian, Miss. 

Addison H. Wynn, Sophomore, Agriculture, Winona, Miss. 

Bill Yandell, Jr., Junior, Agriculture, Kappa Sigma, Vance, Miss. 

Rex a. Yarbrough, Freshman, Agriculture, Sigma Pi, Baldwin, 

Miss. 

Thomas Eugene Yarbrough, Junior, Business, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Louisville, Miss. 

Herman L. Yeatman, Freshman, Education, Maben, Miss. 

Edward Yerger, III. Junior, Business, Kappa Alpha, Jackson, 
Miss. 

Hansell N. York, Freshman, Engineering, Jackson, Miss. 

Harry W. York, Sophomore, Agriculture, Dorsey, Miss. 

John O. York, Sophomore, Agriculture, Raymond, Miss. 

William B. Y.ork. Sophomore, Science, Coffeeville, Miss. 

Bryan R. Young, Freshman, Engineering, Savanna, 111. 

Charles E. Young, Freshman, Education, Amoru, Miss. 

David F. Young, Jr., Junior, Education, McComb, Miss. 

Leon B. Young, Freshman, Agriculture, Theta Xi, Walnut Grove, 
Miss. 

Newman D. Young, Sophomore, Education, Amory, Miss. 
Ted Yount, Sophomore, Science, Pi Kappa Alpha, Laurel, Miss. 




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Extra-curricula activities at Mississippi 
State form a large part of the campus 
life. Therefore, in these pages and the 
remainder of the book, the REVEILLE 
presents the out -of -school interests of 
State Students. 

The "Activities and Features" section 
of your annual has been subdivided 
into "Activities", "Military", "Features", 
and "Campus Shots", and the staff sin- 
cerely hopes you will be pleased with 
this arrangement. 

The Beauties this year were chosen by 
Sonny Dunham and his vocalists at a 
beauty contest held during his Open- 
ing Dance Concert program, and the 
favorites were chosen by the combined 
staffs of the REVEILLE. 






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Left to right: Treasurer A. B. Smith, Vice-President Jack "Soap'^ 
Francis, President Jim Kenna, Secretary Bill Beasley 



Quick to cast off the cloak of war, the Student Council, working with a new and more effective constitution 
based on sound democratic principles, plunged into the job of legislating for the largest Student Body in the 
history of the College. By sheer determination and exemplary actions, the Council whittled away at the in- 
surmountable obstacles thrown in its path, and President Kenna and his aids have set an example to be strived 
for by successors. 

The Reveille justly and proudly salutes the members of the Student Executive Council and their worthy 
accomplishments . 



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GOVERNMENT . . . 



James Kenna President 

Jack "Soap" Francis Vice-President 

Bill Beasley Secretary 

A. B. Smith Treasurer 



SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES 

E. H. "Mickey" Walker, Bill Humphries 

J. C. Christian 



JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES 

Cliff Wilson 

J. B. Cox 



SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVES 

E. L. "Slick" Little 

Bob Jones 



FRESHMAN REPRESENTATIVES 

Billy Martin 

Eddie Smith 



The Council pauses for a photo. Left to right, first row: Humphries, Francis, 
Kenna, Beasley, Smith. Second row: E. Smith, Jones, Wilson, Walker 

Christian, Cox 




DL DANCE 



Under the able guidance of "Soap" Francis, the Dance Committee presented State College with it's first big 
postwar dance year. Three of the nations best bands came to State in 1946-47. 

Sonny Dunham, "America's foremost Trumpet and 
Trombone Stylist", and his orchestra led off the big 
Opening Dance on November 2 with a big concert 
in Lee Hall that afternoon shortly before the game 
with Murray State. Then that night one of the largest 
crowds in the history of the School attended the dance 
in the cafeteria, which was led by Miss Vivian Bishop 
of Jackson, who was escorted by Jim Kenna, President 
of the student Body. 



The Bandstand at Opening Dances 

Miss Virginia Holder, Leader of Mid-Term Dances, With 

"Soap" Francis, and Ray McKinley 

McKinley Beats One Out 

Billy Thompson Takes The Floor 

The Bandstand at Mid-Tebms 







COMMITTEE 



February 7 and 8 brought to the campus here at State College that famous "Hoodie Addle" man, Ray Mc- 
Kinley and his band. These Mid-Term Dances were led by Miss Virginia Holder of MSCW, who was escorted 
by "Soap" Francis, Vice-President of the Student Body and Chairman of the Dance Committee. Truly this 
man McKinley with his superb drumming and extraordinary showmanship made a hit with the State and 
MSCW students that will long remain. 

The Final Dance of May 10 brought Billy Butterfield, that trumpet playing man, along with his fine vocalist 
Miss Pat O'Connor, to climax the best dance season State has seen in many years. 



DANCE COMMITTEE MEMBERS 

Jack "Soap" Francis, Chairman 

E. T. "Mickey" Walker Robert Scott 

Happy Angelo Cliff Wilson 

George Wade Billy Thompson 

Bill Rhett Jack Crawford 

J. E. "Jeep" Simmons Charles Lawshe 

Ben McMillon Eula Elliott 

Lee Coon Catherine McDonnell 



The Dance Committee and Theib Dates 




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Organized in the fall of 1941, the SOUTHERNAIRES returned to the campus this year with an aggregation 
composed entirely of veterans. After an absence of three years, the group, which is led by versatile Bill HoUings- 
worth, has again become known throughout this section for its fine renditions of the nation's hit tunes. 

When the orchestra was forced to disband (in 1943) because of war, it was known as the best band that ever 
hit the campus, and this year saw six of that group drop back into their old positions. Those six are: Jimmy 
Bryan, Bill Drinkwater, Rex Sells, Reggie Hudson, Dave Foresman, and Thomas "Peachy" Dent. 

Bryan had Grafton Littlejohn, "Wickie" Sparks, K. B. Keary, and Fred Bailey to help him along in the sax 
section, and these five produced harmony supreme. With Sells, Hudson, and Drinkwater in the brass section 





were Bill Adams, Charlie Borum, and David Hull. Rounding out the band, Dent, Foresman, and Joe Moak pro- 
duced that fine rhythm that made dancing to the music of the SOUTHERNAIRES a pleasure. 

Bryan, Sparks, and Sells did great work in the arranging department, and the orchestra's frequent ap- 
pearances on and off the campus dehghted all who heard it. 




LEADER AND VOCALIST BILL HOLLINGSWORTH 

SAXAPHONE SECTION 

Grafton Littlejohn First Alto 

Jimmy Bryan Second Tenor 

William Sparks Third Alto 

K. B. Keary Fourth Tenor 

Fred Bailey Fifth Baritone 

BRASS SECTION 

Rex Sells First Trumpet 

Reginald HtnosoN Second Trumpet 

David Hull Third Trumpet 

Charles Borum First Trombone 

Bill Drinkwater Second Trombone 

Bill Adams Third Trombone 

RHYTHM SECTION 

Thomas Dent Bass 

Joe Moak P'^no 

Dave Foresman Drums 



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Screaming brasses, leading beats from the 
rhythm section, harmonizing saxes— all these 
help to make up the "music that satisfies" ren- 
dered by The Collegians. Playing numerous one- 
nightstand dances and concerts throughout the 
state, this aggregation of musically-hep perform- 
ers has been acclaimed as "the outstanding up- 
and-coming modern dance orchestra in the state 
and South." 

Composed of professional musicians. The 
Collegians offered such men as Jeff Smith, formerly associated with Bob Strong's orchestra, Toby Tenhet, who 
toured the country with many big-name Air Force bands, and James Hemphill, who once played with Bud 
Estes' famous band. Heart-stirring vocals were capably provided by the popular State co-ed. Patsy Farmer. 
The terrific arrangements were by the nationally famous arranger. Gene Midgett. 

The Collegians this year featured a jazz sextet, composed of "Red" Terry, "Cookie" Norwood, Jeff Smith, 
Toby Tenhet, Ray Howell, and Frank Oakes, and this group played the jazzy solos of the above mentioned in- 
strumentalists, and the arrangements of Toby Tenhet. Bookings were plentiful for this orchestra, and the 
future foretells a promising place for tliem in tlie world of popular music. 




DLLEGIANS 



James Hemphill Leader 

Morton Sackheim Business Manager 

SAXAPHONES 

Tommy Douglas First, Alto 

Toby Tenhet Second, Tenor 

Ed Maxcy Third, Alto 

Marshall Leavitt Third, Alto 

BRASSES 

Hubert Pray First Trumpet 

Frank Oakes Second Trumpet 

Marion Pruitt Third Trumpet 

James Hemphill First Trombone 

Jeff Smith Second Trombone 

RHYTHM 

"Cookie" Norwood Piano 

"Red" Terry Bass 

Roy Howell Drums 





OL 1947 



The Reveille, official annual publication of 
..„^ '" hL m 4 *^^^ Mississippi State Student Body, is de- 

signed to iDiesent a colorful panorama of the 
year's students and their activities. This year, 
the book was edited by a former staff mem- 
ber who returned to State to be chosen Editor. 

The Editorial Staff, under the guidance of 

Joe Frank Sanderson, has attempted to return 

the Reveille to prewar standards, and to give 

you the most accurate and interesting book 

vl l^^t' if. ■ possible. George Wade, "Mouse" Chandler, 

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^ , THE EDITORIAL STAFF 

/ ■ ' ^ ^^ Joe Frank Sanderson Editor-in-Chief 

jr^~^ ' ^ ' - ■■■-"' George Wade Assistant Editor 

'r>^ Emmett H. "Mickey" Walker . . . Managing Editor 

Harold "Hap" Angelo Associate Editor 

Warren Kleban Associate Editor 

John I. Chandler Adminstration Editor 

Bobby Daniels Personnel Editor 

Bill Hanrahan Sports Editor 

Sara Stevens Feature Editor 

The Editor Poses George Mercier Faculty Editor 

Buddy Noland Military Editor 

Louis Malvaney Fraternity Editor 

Catherine McDonnell, Freddy Colmer Organizations Editors 

Rosemary Foresman, Lou Manselle Staff Secretaries 



Where Did You Get All The Help, Joe Frank.? 




REVEILLE 



and "Hap" Angelo contributed to the work, 
as did the other members of the staff. 

"Pete" GrifRs, Business Manager, and his 
able assistants on the Business Staff, sold the 
ads and were responsible for the distribu- 
tion of the publication, besides aiding the Edi- 
torial Staff in countless ways. 

The Staffs of the Beveille have put many 
hours into your annual, and they sincerely 
hope you will find it an enjoyable one through 
the years. '-' M 



THE BUSINESS STAFF 

Thomas K. "Pete" Griffis .... Business Manager 
Thomas E. Yarbrough . Assistant Business Manager 

Ben McMillan Advertising Manager 

Harpole Patterson . Assistant Advertising Manager 
Henry Thomason . . Assistant Advertising Manager 
Marshall Boydston Circulation Manager 




Thomas K. "Pete" Griffis, Business Manager 



Dero Bamsey, Joe Thomas Mosby, Sheila Hall, Betty Dearth, Tom Gates, Gharline Todd, Joyce Elder, 
O. B. WooLEY, Patsy Ann Farmer, Sylvla McGarty, Earline Hunter, Bosemary Bogers, Marjorie 
Temple, Jane Allen MaGee, Lenabel Gribbs, GaROlyn Beattie, Ann Kropp, Norma Powell, Frances 
DeMoville Editorial Assistants 



Ferddie LeMieux, Gene Newman, Gurtis Page, Billy Lyle, 

Jack Williams, Gene Platte, Phil Morson 

Circulation Assistants 

Eula Elliott, Elanor Welch Staff Secretaries 




w^ "Pete" Briefs 
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"Hap" Proofs His Latest Issue 



The fifty-eighth year of the pubhcation of the 
REFLECTOR has been marked by the return of a 
former editor-in-chief who won a student election 
to serve once more in the top editorial post of the 
weekly paper. Harold "Hap" Angelo brought to 
the campus a new trend in modern journalism that 
has endeavored to give the students of Mississippi 
State "the best college news journal in the South". 
The policy of the paper has been to present to the 
Student Rody various controversial issues and news 
items, but not to allow Student politics to enter 
into its viewpoint. 

The Editorial Staff was strengthened by Sarah 
Ratliff, Robby Harris, Jack Shank, and Fred Railey. 
At the end of the first semester, Editor Angelo 
graduated, and Sarah Ratliff was elected to fill the 
post, marking the first time in the history of the 
news organ that a co-ed has held the Editor's 
position. 



THE EDITORIAL STAFF 



Harold "Hap" Angelo Editor-in-Chief 

Jack Shank Managing Editor 

Robby Harris Executive Editor 

Sarah Ratliff Associate Editor 

Fred Railey Sports Editor 

Nancy Randolph Society Editor 

Mary Hollingsworth Exchange Editor 

Rernard Rrokaw, Aldo Vebena .... Photographers 
Rob Stringer, Rilly Ray, Sam Pitner, Pete Sanders, 



Sam Rishop Sports Writers 

Robby Harris, Steve Harmon Columnists 

Mary Harrelston, Robby Saul, Rill Hanrahan, Clif- 
ford Rrandon, Charles Wilkinson, Pat Walton, 
Charles Treas, Patsy Watts, Walter Savage, 
Patsy Anne Farmer, Sara Stevens, Camille 
Hogan, Rosemary Rogers, Carolyn Powell, Fran- 
ces DeMoville, Mona Adams . Editorial Assistants 



The Rusiness Staff Waits fob the Paper to Come in 





.ECTDR 



The Business Staff, under the capable dhection 
of Sam "Face" Hailey, did outstanding work this 
year in financing each issue of the REFLECTOR 
and in dehvering the papers to both Students and 
off-campus subscribers. Bill Hollingsworth, John 
Joe Humphreys, and Jimmy Proctor added much 
to the efficiency of the Staff. Upon Hailey 's gradu- 
ation at mid-term, John Joe Humphreys was elected 
to carry out the duties of Business Manager. 



Sam Hailey Business Manager 

Bill Hollingsworth . . . Assistant Business Manager 

Jimmy Proctor Advertising Manager 

Marion Stewart .... Assistant Advertising Manager 
Dick McCulley .... Assistant Advertising Manager 
John Joe Humphreys Circulation Manager 



Another Monday Night Session 




THE BUSINESS STAFF 



Lee Robinson, Jimmy Chisolm, Joe Whiteside, Sidney 
Brevard, Robert A. Filgo, Tom Walker, Frank 
King, John Ashcraft, "Chappie" Chapman, Buck 
Buchanan, George Hampton 

Circulation Assistants 





OL MIS 



EDITORIAL STAFF 

Bobby Brown 
Editor-in-Chief 

Louis Malvaney 
Managing Editor 

Ferdie LeMieux 
Joke Editor 

Pat Walton 
Head Typist 

Rosemary Foresman 
Tijpist 

Sylvia McCarty 
Proof Reader 



After being inactive for two years during the war, the "doity-rag" became well established on the Mississippi 
State campus this year, bringing to the students the best articles, features, and jokes available. As a college 
humor magazine, the MIS-A-SIP is known nationally and ranks as one of the best. 

Among the most popular of its features is the Co-ed Parade, in which two of State's favorite co-eds are 
presented each month. "The Sweetheart Parade" features tvi^o young ladies who do not attend the college yet 
stand high in popularity on the campus. The "Hall of Fame" honors two of State's outstanding men students 
monthly. 

The Editorial Staff, headed by Bobby Brown, strengthened by Louis Malvaney, Ferdy LeMieux, and Pat 
Walton, presented the Student Body with many hours of enjoyment the past year. 



The Editorial Staff Searches for "Dirt" 




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THE BUSINESS STAFF 

A. B. "Churnhead" Smith 
Business Manager 

Guy Green 

Assistant Business Manager 

Don "Mallardhead" Speed 
Advertising Manager 

O. B. WOOLEY 

Assistant Advertising Manager 

Cliff Wilson 

Circulation Manager 

Lou Manselle 
Assistant Circulation Manager 




The Business Staff Tries 
To "Cut Corners" 



Charged with getting the advertisements and selHng and distributing the MIS-A-SIP monthly, the Business 
Staff was headed by A. B. Smith. A. B. had Guy Green, Don Speed, and CHff Wilson as his aids. The Business 
Staff' contributed much to the success of the publication. 



The "Churnhead" Enjoys His Own "Humor" 






Left to right: Dean Brooks, James Kenna, Mr. Ben Hilbun, Sarah Ratliff, Dr. Drennon, Joe Frank 

Sanderson, N. T. Hamlin 



BOARD of PUBLICATIONS 



Following war-time years during which an Emergency Control Board was empowered to make all neces- 
sary changes and adjustments in matters pertaining to Student Association publications, the Board of Publica- 
tions functioned once again in its normal capacity during the 1946-47 session. 

Created in 1938, this Board is composed of seven members: four faculty and three student, including the 
president of the Student Association, and editors of the Reflector and Reveille. The Publications Board gov- 
erns the letting of contracts for both publications, and serves as a final appeal Board for decisions of the 
Student Executive Council on matters pertaining to the publications. 

Board members during the past year were: Ben Hilbun, registrar; Dr. Herbert Drennon, Head of the Eng- 
hsh Department; Mr. B. P. Brooks, Dean of the School of Education; N. F. Hamlin, Auditor of Student Or- 
ganizations; James Kenna, President of the Student Association; Sarah Ratliff, Editor of the Reflector; and Joe 
Frank Sanderson, Editor of the Reveille. Mr. Hilbun was chairman, Mr. Hamlin, secretary. 




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DL U. S. ARMY 



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Knowing the importance of keeping a well-trained 
Reserve Corps, many returning servicemen have enlisted 
in the Reserve Officers Training Corps program here at 
State. With these men, as well as the regular flow of 
new students into the R.O.T.C., the College looks for- j 
ward to turning out well-qualified reserve officers in i 
future years. 

The primary objective of the R.O.T.C. is to provide 
systematic mifitary training at civil educational institu- 
tions for the purpose of qualifying selected students of 
such institutions as reserve officers in the military forces 
of the United States. It is intended that this objective be 
attained during the time that the students are pursuing 
their general or professional studies, with the least 
practicable interference in their civil careers, by employ- 
ing methods designed to fit men physically, mentally, 
and morally for the pursuits of peace as well as pur- 
suits of war. It is believed that such military training will 
aid greatly in the development of better citizens. 

The new R.O.T.C. has been re-designed and stream- 
lined to fit the changing conditions, and an Air Corps 
arm has been added to the old Infantry and Artillery 
Arms. The course is still divided into two years of basic 
instruction and two years of advanced instruction, with 
the advanced course to be filled with selected students 
who elect to participate in it. The summer camp is to be 
reinstated at the end of this term. 

Under the able leadership of Colonel George N. 
Randolph and his assistants, the Cadets of the new 
R.O.T.C. will be graduated as experienced reservists who 
will be prepared in case our country is again endangered 
by aggressive nations. 

The Reveille salutes these gallant Sons of Mississippi 
State. 



The Paeade Ground 





First row, left to right: Capt. Davis; Major Irving; Lt. Col. Pryor; Col. 
Randolph; Col. Russell; Major Hutchinson; Capt. Cox; Capt. Hawkins. 
Second row: M/Sgt. Allen; S/Sgt. Raymond; M/Sgt. Pennylegion; T/Sgt. 
Palmer; M/Sgt. Raines; M/Sgt. Verger; Cpl. Hardre. Third row: S/Sgt. 
NoRRis; Sgt. Haynes; M/Sgt. Le Blanc 



U.S. 

Army 

Officers 





The U. S. Army Non-commissioned Officers 



BATTALION STAFF 

SAMUEL W. SCALES Lieutenant Colonel, Battalion Commander 

ALLEN L. EDWABDS Major, Battalion Executive Officer 

EWELL L. LITTLE Captain, S-L Battalion Adjutant 

JOHN A. CARROLL Captain, S-2, Intelligence 

WILLIAM C. HARPER Captain, S-3, Plans and Training Officer 

JEFFERSON D. DICKSON Captain, S-4, Supply Officer 



COMPANY "A" INFANTRY 

HOMER C. McNAMARA Captain 

WILLIAM G. ANGLIN First Lieut. 

WILLIAM P. HANRAHAN First Lieut. 

WILLIAM E. BOLTON First Lieut. 

THOMAS E. McWILLIAMS First Lieut. 



COMPANY "B" ANTI-AIRCRAFT ARTILLERY 

LAWRENCE E. BALDWIN Captain 

JAMES L. McCOLLOUGH First Lieut. 

WALTER D. BAILEY First Lieut. 

MAURICE T. REED First Lieut. 



COMPANY "C", AIR FORCE 

GRADY L. GIBBS Captain 

RALPH E. THETFORD First Lieut. 

JOHN C. PAGE First Lieut. 

HENRY P. NOLAND , • • • • First Lieut. 



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Grady Gibbs and Company 





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Enchanting smile— charm that knows no bounds— a 
friendly or sympathetic word for everyone— yes, these are 
characteristics of Sara Stevens, Miss Mississippi State by 
popular choice of the Student Body. 

A favorite of everyone who meets her, Sara is very active 
in Student activities, and she holds many coveted honors 
on the campus. President of her sorority, Zeta Tau Alpha, 
membership in Omicron Theta, Features Editor of the 
Reveille, and staff member of the REFLECTOR are a few 
of her more noteworthy accomplishments. 

The Reveille is proud to present 



MISS SARA STEVENS as 



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CATHERINE McDDNNELL 



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LOUISE MANSELLE 




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CHARLENE TDDD 




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JOYCE ELDER 




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HERMA LEE WELLS 




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PATSY FARMER 



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Jean Ball 



Joan Lowry 



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Betty Dearth 



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Kay Harris 




Sheila Hall 



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Easie Mercier 



Dot Bedenbaugh 



Jane Anderson 



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Virginia Holder 



Jamie Polk 



Terry Yarborough 



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Margaret Alsworth 



Charlotte Andersen 




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Billy "Spook" Murphy 
Mr. Mississippi State 



Sara Stevens 
Miss Mississippi State 



Homer Hicks and Kay Harris 
Best Dancers 



Bill Rhett 
Most Handsome 



Ralph Hicks 
Most Intellectual 



WHO'S WHD«/ 



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NoTTY Wheeler 
Most Typical Frosh 



Dean Willie Evans 
Most Popular Professor 



*"Bubber" Jackson 
Friendliest Boy 



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STATE 



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WHO la AMERICAN COLLEGES 
J UNIVERSITIES . . . 



Every year several outstanding students from each college and university in the nation are chosen and pre- 
sented in the publication WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- 
LEGES. A short biographical sketch and collegiate achievements of the individual student is given. 

Presentation, which is based entirely upon outstanding college work in scholarship, participation in student 
activities, and leadership, is a coveted honor all over the United States. 

Those not having pictures are: Bob Pillow, Joe Frank Sanderson, Ray Hammons, Mickey Walker, Jones 
Woodward. 



"Hap" Angelo 
Glen Martin 



Bill Beasley 
Billy "Spook" Murphy 



J. C. CHRIS-nAN 

Bill Rhett 



James Cox 
Marion Simmons 




MEMBERS 



"Hap" Angelo 

Bill Beasley 

J. C. Christian 

James Cox 

Jack "Soap" Francis 



T. K. "Pete" Griffis 

Ray Hammons 

Bill Humphries 

Jim Kenna 

Glen Martin 



Billy "Spook" Murphy 

BoR Pillow 

Bill Rhett 

Joe Frank Sanderson 

Marion Simmons 



A. B. Smith 

Emmett H. "Mickey" Walker 

Oscar N. Carmichael 

J. R. Bryson 
Jones D. Woodward 



D. B. "Mutt" Floyd 



Jack "Soap" Francis 
A. B. Smith 



T. K. "Pete" Griffis 
Oscar N. Carmichael 



Bill Humphries 
J. R. Bryson 



Jim Kenna 
D. B. "Mutt" Floyd 



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GEtJKGE Wade 
Assistant Editor of the Reveille 



Jim Kenna 
President of the Student Association 



Jack "Soap" Francis 
Vice-President of the Student Association 



A. B. Smith 
Business Manager of the Mis-A-Sip 



Bill Beasley 
Secretary of the Student Association 



Sabah Ratliff 
First Girl Editor of the Reflector 



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Lynn Smith 
Everybody's Friend 

Lee Coon 
Campus Birddog 

Jack Cbawford 
Commander of the Legion Post 




I>YSENTER\ 

AT HIGHER 
PRICES 




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Athletics at Mississippi State mark one 
of the finest achievements in the growth 
of this great institution. The widely her- 
alded activities of the college varsity 
teams form only a small part of the 
sports calendar. So well organized is 
the athletic program, it can reach every 
student through the interfraternity and 
intermural activities. An institution is as 
strong as its students wish it to be, and 
the physical development of the indi- 
vidual student plays an integral part in 
the building of better men and women 
for the future. 

Therefore, in these pages we present 
the more widely recognized of Missis- 
sippi State sports, and we salute the 
people who make them important to 
the College. 











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"ISP* I ' ' IWIlMM^mMMMMM 





Coach C. R. Noble, Director of Athletics 



DIRECTDR o/ ATHLETICS 



CDACH NDBLE 

A son of Mississippi State who has made athletic history, Coach C. R. "Dudy" Noble is one of the most be- 
loved characters on the campus. During his undergraduate days, Coach "Dudy" became the first Maroon to 
letter in four major sports. 

Having served as coach at several Southern colleges. Coach "Dudy" is well-versed in athletic lore, and he 
spins a sports yarn about as proficiently as he handles the chores of Athletic Director. He is tremendously popu- 
lar with both Students and Alumni. 

As coach of the baseball team, he has turned out some great squads and some outstanding major leaguers. 
A vast knowledge of baseball rules and technical points makes Coach "Dudy" a scourge to the erring umpii-e, 
and Maroon nines are assured of a square deal whenever there is a question as to legality' of a play. 

Besides his duties as Coach, Coach "Dudy" arranges all of State's athletic schedules, and is responsible for 
transportation, food, and lodging for all of the school's athletes who compete on other campuses. 

A great athlete, a great personality. Coach C. R. Noble guided Mississippi State athletics over a winning 
trail once again this year. 



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Coach Allyn McKeen 



FDDT 



THE COACHES 

In his seventh year as coach of the mighty Maroon 
football team. Coach Allyn McKeen faced a tough schedule 
: with a whole raft of talent, men who had not played foot- 
ball since before the war. At the end of the season, the 
team's record of eight wins against two defeats bespoke of 
a great squad tutored well by a great coach. In his reign 
as Football Coach at State, Allyn McKeen has produced 
some of the best teams ever seen at this institution, and 
to him goes much credit for the football record of which 
State men are so proud. 

■m Assisting McKeen as End Coach this year was Bowden 

] Wyatt, who returned to State almost as soon as he received 

J his discharge from the Navy. Another Tennessee great, 

3 Wyatt also receives a great deal of credit for fine State 

;'f teams. 

The third member of the Maroon brain trust, Line 
Coach DeWitt Weaver has just completed his first year on 
the varsity coaching staff. In his short time at State he pro- 
duced one of the most highly-respected lines in the nation. 

Rounding out the coaching staff, Coach Phil Dickens is responsible for the condition of the squad and for 
assisting Coach McKeen with the backfield. His strict training rules made the State team this year one of the 
best conditioned groups ever to appear on the gridiron of this institution. 



•Masters of Pigskin Play 




BALL at STATE 



THE CAPTAINS 

Able leaders of the Mississippi State 
Maroons through the past season were 
Captain Billy Murphy and Alternate Cap- 
tain Curtis Patterson. 

"Spook" Murphy, long on football savvy, 
was a member of the varsity squad before 
entering the Marine Corps in 1943, and 
after playing with such teams as Duke and ^ 
the Marine All-Stars at Pearl Harbor, he 
returned this year and once again took his 
place among the Maroon great. 

Steady, capable "Pee Wee" Patterson, 
without a doubt one of the top guards in 
the conference, also returned from Service 
this year to lead the State team. A Jack- 
son boy, Patterson made many All South- 
eastern teams in 1942, his junior year, and 
has always been hsted as a starter. 




Captain 'Speed Spook" Murphy 



Alternate Captain "Pee Wee" Patterson 




THE MANAGERS 

Many people do not realize 
the importance of the men who 
go out on the field during tiine 
periods, yet these "waterboys" 
are an intregal part of the team. 
They perform many important 
duties for the players and 
coaches, thus playing a large 
role in the success of the squad. 

Managers of the varsity- this 
year were Collins Coltharp and 
"Cookie" Epperson, while Bill 
Beasley assisted Coach Dickens 
as Student Trainer. 



Managers Coltharp, Beasley, Epperson 




The Maboon Band at its Best 



THE BAND 



Famous in its own right, the Maroon Band played vigorously at all the games on the campus, as well as fol- 
lowing the football team to Memphis, New Orleans, Birmingham, Ole Miss, and Alabama, to add to the spirit 
and color of each game. With Henery E. Wamsley directing, and Jack Crawford, Herma Lee Wells, Tommye 
Morris, and Joan Lowry handling the signahng and twirhng chores, contributed much to the gridiron classics 
this year. 




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CHEERLEADERS 



"Jeep" Holds His Crew Together 




State's cheerleaders this year could not be praised enough for their work at the ballgames, rallies and pep 
meetings. With "Jeep" Simmons in charge, and Patsy Watts, Homer Hicks, Joan Lowry, and Jack Wilkes assist- 
ing, State Students proudly cheered their team on to great feats on the gridiron. 



Bully, Symbol of Power 




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BULLY 

In all athletic events, Bully is State's strongest 
and most enthusiastic booster. High-spirited, 
courageous, and powerful he is symbolic of State 
in every way. A familiar sight on the campus. 
Bully is everybody's friend, the college pup, and 
his appearance on the athletic field gi\es rise to 
a tremendous display of the State spirit. 





MARDDNS 
TAKE DPENER 



STATISTICS 

State Chattanooga 

First downs 13 7 « 

Yards gained rushing .... 216 64 

Yards gained passing .... 112 95 

Passes attempted 12 19 

Passes completed 6 11 

Passes intercepted by ... . 3 3 

Punting average 27 29 

Yards lost by penalties ... 40 25 

Score 41 7 






State "popped the top" on its 1946 season by playing host to 
the Moccasins of the University of Chattanooga on Scott Field. 
It was the first meeting of the two teams, and the Maroons 
downed them by the one-sided score of 41-7, with fleet State 
backs rmining wild time and time again. 

The 'Noogans held the Bulldogs to 7 points during the first 
half, while they made their only score of the game with a pass 
into the State end zone. 

In the second half, the story was entirely different, for State 
broke loose and scored 20 points in the third period and 14 in 
the final. McWilliams and Bramlett led the scoring parade with two each, while Murphy and Jones tallied once 
apiece. Teddy Shuff' kicked 5 extra points. 



Harper Davis 
Back 



Graham Bramlett 
Back 



Sonny Jones 
Back 





Jim Stuart 
Back 



Truitt Smith 



Jennings Moates 
Back 



LOSE TD L. S. U 



The next week the Maroons moved into Baton Rouge to do battle with the highly-rated Bengals of Louisiana 
State. The Tigers claimed one of the finest teams in the Southeastern Conference, and the Bulldogs found out 
why as they went down in bitter defeat, 13-6. r i 

Outplaying the Louisianans throughout the first half, the McKeenmen missed chance after chance to score 
The only score of the first half, however, came when LSU recovered a State fumble on the State five, and scored 

in four plays. , ^ . , ^. i 4. u 

Coming back to roll in the second half, the Bengals drove deep into State territory several times only to be 

thrown back by a staunch Maroon forward wall. Taking over deep in shadows of their own goal on downs, the 

Bulldogs fumbled again, and a Tiger lineman fell on the ball in the end zone for the second score. 

Then a courageous State team drove to LSU's two yard line, with McWilliams carrying a large part of the 

load. Injured on his last try, McWilliams was replaced by Matulich, who plunged over for six points. Shutts 

attempt to convert went wide, and that was the ballgame. . 



Johnny Grace 
Back 




STATISTICS 



State LSU 



First downs .... 
Yards gained rushing 
Yards gained passing 
I^asses attempted . . 
Passes completed . . 
Passes intercepted by 
Punting average . . 
Yards lost by penalties 
Final score 



8 

170 

49 

5 

2 



44 

10 

6 



11 
132 

74 
8 
3 
2 

37 
60 
13 






Jim Bailey 
Back 



Bob Pillow 
Back 



STATISTICS 



State Michigan St. 



First clowns .... 
Yards gained rushing 
Yards gained passing 
Passes attempted . . 
Passes completed . . 
Passes intercepted by 
Punting average . . 
Yards lost by penalties 
Final score 



12 
182 

23 
3 
1 
1 

41 

40 
6 



9 

21 

134 

20 

II 


41 
10 





HiLLARD Thorpe 
Back 

STATE BOUNCES BACK 

A freezing Maroon eleven held on to a six point lead ob- 
tained in the first minutes of play to eke out the Spartans of 
Michigan State on a rain and sleet swept field in East Lansing, 
before 22,000 shivering fans. 

Sparked by the swivelhipped running of "Eagle" Matulich, 
the Staters took the ball in the opening minutes and pushed 64 
yards to the only touchdown of the day. A pass from Matulich 
to Bramlett carried to the Spartan two, where Matulich plunged 
over. Shulf's attempt to convert was wide. 

In the second half, Michigan State took over on downs deep 
in their own territory, and on a 29 yard sleeper pass, got out of 
their hole. It seemed as if the Spartans had gotten to rolling, 
when the State line, led by Garrett, Sidorik, and Corley rose to 
the occasion and hurled them back. 

The remainder of the ball game was played near the mid- 
field stripe, with the Maroons headed goalward when the final 
gun sounded. 

"Shorty" McWilliams 
Back 





STATE HITS HARD 

A sudden downpour of rain just before game time did not 
seem to dampen the spirit of the Mississippi State Maroons as 
they blasted their way to a one-sided victory over the University 
of San Francisco Dons in Memphis. The game was not three 
minutes old when the Bulldogs began to click. 

After an exchange of fumbles, State took the ball on its own 
45 and began to roll goalward with Bob Pillow slashing through 
the line and McWilliams hitting Harper Davis with a beautiful 
pass. In four plays the Maroons moved the ball from their 
own 45 to score, with Pillow going over. From there on, it was 
just a matter of getting the ball for the McKeenmen to score. 
Before the game was over, Pillow had scored again. Murphy 
twice, Ken Davis once on a pass from McWilliams, Bill Howard 
once on a pass from Harper Davis, and Harper had personally 
escorted the ball over the goal once himself. Teddy Shulf found 
the range and kicked six out of seven placements. Linemen 
opened gaping holes in the defense and smothered Don attempts 

1 1 kP fl i)ll-lTl KPt 

It was not until the second half when McKeen had replaced 
his first two teams that the Dons were able to score, and in this 
half they racked up their twenty points. The final count read 
State 48, San Francisco 20. 
'Eagle" Matulich Captain Billy "Spook" Murphy 

Back Back 



STATISTICS 



State S. Francisco 



First downs .... 
Yards gained rushing 
Yards gained passing 
Passes attempted . . 
Passes completed . . 
Passes intercepted by 
Punting average . . 
Yards lost by penalties 
Final score 



13 

269 

112 

24 

8 

5 

39 

80 

48 



5 
10 

227 
23 
12 
1 
33 
40 
20 



Elbert Corley 
Center 










Atta Boy, "Shorty"! 



Billy "Chief" McCain 
Center 



Time-out For Publicity 




Corley's Always Dressed Out First 



STATISTICS 



State Tulane 



First downs .... 
Yards gained rushing 
Yards gained passing 
Passes attempted . . 
Passes completed . . 
Passes intercepted by 
Punting average . . 
Yards lost by penalties 
Score 



19 

149 

129 

17 

10 

2 

36 

41 

14 



11 
64 
98 
19 

8 


34 

32 
7 



BULLDOGS TAKE THRILLER 



In a spine-tingling sixty minutes jam-packed with thrills, the Bulldogs 
downed a stubborn Green Wave eleven of Tulane University in the Cres- 
cent City of New Orleans before some 60,000 fans. Tulane knocked three 
times at the Maroon goal line and three times the mighty Hue rose up and 
threw back the Wave. Garrett, Hildebrand, McCain, Sidorik, and "Blind 
Tom" Davis displayed too much power for the New Orleans boys. 

The Maroons got down to business about mid-way in the first quarter. 
With McWilhams at the throttle, they steam-rolled their way 59 yards for the 
first tally. Striking at all positions and displaying an unheralded passing 
attack, the Maroons set the ball in scoring position on the 15 yard Hue. A 
pass from Harper Davis to Hildebrand moved the ball to the six inch line, 
and Bailey went over with a surge of power. Shuff's conversion attempt 
split the uprights, and State led 7-0 at halftime. 

Soon after the opening of the second half, a dumfounded crowd saw 
Tulane knot the count on a forty yard run by Don Fortier, when a State 
fumble was recovered in mid-air and lateralled to him. Then, with blood in 
their eyes the Maroons began to roll under the brilliant leadership of Mc- 
Williams, and it was not until McWilliams was carried off the field that 
chances of a State Victory dimmed. However, a series of Tulane penalties 
and completed passes by State's Captain Murphy moved the Bulldogs on 
down the field, and Bailey scored again on a line plunge. Shuff converted, 
and the game ended with Tulane desperately passing in an attempt to tie 
the game up again. 



Joe Dollar 
Guard 



M. F. "Salty" Johnson 
Guard 





Vernon Hughes 

Center 



Bobby Cadenhead 
Center 



OUT CLASS MURRAY STATE 

Playing at home for the first time in four weeks the Mississippi State Maroons 
took their fourth win of the season by completely outclassing the Murray State 
Thoroughbreds by the count of 69-0. The Maroons took the ball on the opening 
kick-off and marched immediately for a touchdown to begin the rout. Maroon 
backs sailed freely behind the beautiful blocking of the linemen, and score after 
score was rung up. The reserves played much of the game, and proved that they 
were surprisingly capable when called upon. 

An odd feature of the game was Murray's inabihty to force the Bulldogs to 
punt a single time during the game. Shuff kicked nine extra points from place- 
ment, eight of them consecutively. 

Final score: Mississippi State 69, Murray State 0. 



First downs 

Yards gained rushing . 
Yards gained passing . 
Passes attempted . . . 
Passes completed . . . 


16 

. 350 

. 180 

. 15 

6 


STA 

Miss. 

2 

9 
74 
17 

7 


TI 

St. 


STICS 

Murray St. 

Passes intercepted by . 
Punting average .... 
Yards lost by penalties . 
Score 


2 

1.5 
69 


1 

35 

5 









MoATES Pulls His Sneak on Murray 
State 

Sonny Jones Takes Off Against 
Murray 





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Alternate Captain Curtis Patterson 

Guard 

Jesse Hughes 

Guard 

Mike Harris 

Guard 




Mike Mihalic 
Guard 



Al Sidorik 
Tackle 



Harper Didn't Get This One 



BULLDOGS BLAST PLAINSMEN 



MississipiDi State's Mighty Maroons moved into Birmingham to 
blast the Plainsmen of Auburn 33-0 in its sharpest performance of the 
season up to that time. State did not hesitate once it got the ball, 
but surged forth on first possession to move into the lead 7-0. 

From there on it was too much power for the Plainsmen. Murphy, 
Hatulich, and Sonny Jones took care of the tailback chores, with Pil- 
low Bailey, Pittman, Harper Davis, and Bramlett ripping off long 
gains. Jennings Moates and Truett Smith did their jobs well at block- 
ing back, and the line kept the fast Auburn back Tidwell in check 
all afternoon. 



STATISTICS 

State 

First clowns 20 

Yards gained rushing .... 322 

Yards gained passing .... 72 

Passes attempted 23 

Passes completed 8 

Passes intercepted 1 

Punting average 34 

Score 33 



Auburn 

11 
98 
61 
13 

8 

1 
33 





Pat Arnold 
Tackle 



George Cartwright 
Tackle 



Teddy Shuff 
Tackle 






McKeen Hasn't Arrived, Obviously 



TUNE-UP FOR OLE MISS 

Dominant line play by the Maroon first, second, and third string lines stopped the 
Northwest Louisiana eleven cold before a crowd of some 8,000 on Scott field. The fii;st 
half saw Murphy, McWilliams, Bramlett, and Davis running at will behmd superb block- 
ing. The Staters were clicking in every department that afternoon. , , , , 

During this game End Bill Hildebrand, All-Southeastern in 1945, made his first tovich- 
down in four years of college football. After a sustained drive to the four yard line had 
set up a score for the Bulldogs, Hildebrand switched from end to fullback and plunged 
across the goal to garner the six points. , . , 

At halftime Coach McKeen sent the starters to the showers, leaving the^ reserves to 
finish the job. Great running, passing, and kicking by Sonny Jones, Hillard Thorpe, James 
Pittman and Johnny Grace featured the remainder of the contest. The game ended as 
Jim Stuart intercepted a Louisiana pass on the Maroon 10 yard marker and ran it all the 
way back to the Louisiana 2 before being pushed out of bounds. 

Final Score: Mississippi State 28, Northwest Louisiana 0. 



The "Egg" Comes Home 





Bob PATrKRsoN 

Tackle 

"Dub" G.abrett 

Tackle 

Leo Seal 

Tackle 






Pile Up at Ole Miss 



Mrs. America, Crowned at the 
Ole Miss Game 



STATISTICS 





State 


Ole Miss 


First downs 


11 


5 


Yards gained rushing . 


163 


102 


Yards gained passing . 


42 


51 


Passes attempted . . . 


16 


25 


Passes completed . . . 


5 


8 


Passes intercepted by . 


4 


2 ■ 


Punting average . . . 


41.5 


39.5 


Yards lost by penalties . 


25 


35 


Score 


20 






SWEET REVENGE 



Unleashing two years store of flaming, vengeance, the Maroons blasted the 
University of Mississippi Rebels to all corners of Hemingway Stadium in the 
first half and then cunningly played cat-and-mouse with them throughout the 
second half to defeat the Rebel squad 20-0 in the 43rd encounter of the two 
teams. 

It was all State that sunny Saturday afternoon when the Bulldogs faced 
Johnny Reb, and they played one of the finest games of the season. Loosing 
vicious blockers and an array of superb backs, they racked up 20 points in the 
first half before finally letting up. 

It was a pass, McWilliams to Hildebrand, that gave the McKeenmen their 
first touchdown. The second came as a result of a powerful ground drive, 
with "Shorty Mac" sweeping end to score standing up. 

The final Maroon tally was made by "Eagle" Matulich on a run-back of an 
intercepted Rebel pass. In making his 68 yard goalward trip, "Eagle" displayed 
one of the most brilliant exhibitions of broken-field running seen in many a sea- 
son. Touched by eight different Rebs along the route, he twisted, shook, and 
pounded his way down field to score standing up. 

The fine line play of Garrett, Sidorik, "Pee Wee" Patterson, and Hildebrand 
kept Connerly and Company in check all afternoon, and once again the Golden 
Egg returned home. 



Kermit "Rosie" Davis 
End 



Kenneth "Blind Tom'' 
End 



Davis 



Murray Alexander 
End 




MARDDNS UPSET IN 
FINAL 



In one of the major upsets of the season the Crimson 
Tide of Alabama seemed to do everything right to take a 
heartbreaking 24-7 decision from the Maroons. 

The first quarter of the ball game was played on even 
keel, with line play and punt exchanges. Harry Gilmer's 
punting kept the Staters backed up in their own territory all 
the time. 

With the opening of the second quarter Gilmer stood 
far back and threw a long pass to Ted Cook on the Missis- 
sippi State one yard line. A penalty nullified Alabama's 
score, and when two fine plays failed to gain Hugh Morrow 
booted a field goal from the six to give Alabama a 3-0 edge. 

State came roaring back, but when they hit the Tide's 
30, a fumble lost the ball, and Harry Gilmer went to work 
again. Three long passes and two line plunges accounted 
for a touchdown, and again Morrow converted. The second 
Elephant touchdown came when Alabama's Wozniak broke 
through the State forward wall, blocked Murphy's punt, 
and scooped it up to run 20 yards for the tally. Morrow's 
conversion split the uprights. The Gilmer-to-Cook combine 
set up the final Alabama marker with a 42 yard completion, 
and Gilmer himself did the honors. For the fourth time 
Morrow's kick was good. 

It wasn't until the final stanza that the Maroon oflr'ensive 
seemed to chck. Graham Bramlett received the Tide's kick- 
off and bulled his way 67 yards to the Alabama 30. From 
there, "Eagle" Matulich took over and whipped three com- 
pleted passes to the Davis boys— Harper, Kenneth, and 
Kermit— to place the pigskin on the 'Bama 5. Matulich 
plunged over and Shuff's conversion was good, making the 
final count Alabama 24, State 7. 




"Collins" and "Cookie" in Their Usual Position 

Brother Act, Vernon and Jesse Hughes 

McKeen Sharpens Up the Punting 



Bill Hildebrand 



Billy Howard 
End 



Jerry "Bloody" Odom 
End 



B. H. Bassett 
End 




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Ok 



Coach Marcus Mapp 



Coach Ed Molinski 



THE COACHES 



Head man on the Bullpup coaching staff this past season was Ed MoHnski, one-time University of Tennessee 
great. One of the greatest guards ever to play under Neyland, Mohnski was named All-Southeastern and AU- 
American. He joined the Maroon coaching staff in 1944. r o. . ' r .u n c- c-i- 

Assisting Coach Molinski with the "B" team was Marcus Mapp, one of State s own footballers. Smce hnishmg 
school in 1938, Coach Mapp has been connected with the Athletic Department, except for tmie spent in 

Manager of the Bullpup squad, "Dub" Waters has been much of an asset to the team. He hails from Bald- 
wyn, Mississippi. 



GAME RECORD 

State 7 Alabama 20 

State 6 Ole Miss 

State 6 Auburn 14 

State 7 Ole Miss 14 

State 7 Alabama 14 




"B 



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TEAM... 



Wearers of the red shirts, receivers of their daily lumps-without these men no team could function well. 
For they are the ones who make the varsity work to win starting berths. They are the ones who sweat out the 
gruelling practice sessions for no glory on Saturday, waiting for next year when they will be ready. 

This year the Bullpup squad boasted more than fifty members, many of them possessing well over average 
talent. Gaining size and experience this year, they will make football history for Mississippi State in future sea- 
sons. Such men as Condon Ray, Jake Lennard, Jack Stanley, "Cootie" Black, and "Froggy" Moore are destined 
to deal Misery to State foes on the gridiron. 

The Bullpups dropped four of five decisions this year, but the record belies their abihty. Every game was 
close, and the squad played hard and well until the final gun each time. The Reveille is proud to present 
the Mississippi State "B" team, and to say thanks for every Student and State man. You have the right to be 
proud of a job well done. 



Front WW, left to right: Jenkins, Ellard, Pepper, Shaw, Tate, McPherson, Manager Waters, Henley, Rusco, 
Wright, Stanley, Pittman, Parks. Second row, left to right: Burrow, Mizell, Lennard, Comfort, Bullock, 
Black, Champion, Bauer, Lipe, Burks, Walker, Forrest, Herring, Willl^ms. Third row, left to right: Coach 
Molinski, Taylor, Wall, Marler, Benson, Warner, McDearman, Hudson, Jackson, Kaiser, Jones, Bledsoe, 

Breeland, Luster, Caldwell, Peevey, Ray, Coach Mapp 





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basket! 



STATE'S SEASON 

The Mississippi State Basketball team 
under the able guidance of Coach Hitt 
completed their seasonal play with a record 
of nine wins against eleven losses. Although 
the prospects looked good early in the sea- 
son the Maroons hit a mid-season slump 
and in its final seven games dropped five 
while managing to salvage only two wins. 

Beginning the season with a team com- 
posed of six members of the 1943 varsity 
and four members of the 1946 squad, the 
team won decisive victories over Howard, 
Florida, Auburn, Mississippi College, Ole 
Miss, Memphis State, and Alabama. 

The Staters opened the season on the 
local court with a loss to Tulane 44-32 but 
came back the following night and downed 
Howard College of Birmingham 55-32. 



Coach Hitt 



Hindu Gets the Tip-off 




BALL 



Following this they took victories over 
Florida 55-24, Auburn 61-35, and Missis- 
sippi College 58-34. Then the Maroons 
moved into Birmingham and dropped a 
close decision 41-39, to Howard College. 

Returning home, the State quint was de- 
feated by Tennessee in a close one 35-34, 
and by Louisiana State 61-57 before finally 
hitting the winning column again with vic- 
tories over it's traditional rival, Ole Miss 
53-31, and then Chattanooga 52-31. 

Taking to the road on a barnstorming 
trip through Alabama and Tennessee, the 
Staters were nosed out by Alabama 56-42 
but took Chattanooga and Memphis State 
into camp 58-52 and 51-38, but lost the 
final two games to Tennessee 65-36 and 
Vanderbilt 64-44. 




Reynolds 

Solomon 

Nettles 

Nicholson 

Peevey 

Raper 

Thompson 




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while swinging down into 
Louisiana, State played the 
Wave of Tulane to a standstill 
only to drop the game in the 
closing minutes 57-52, but the 
next night Louisiana State beat 
the Maroons 64-49. 

On the return trip State 
swamped Mississippi College in 
a last half spurt 82-48, but lost 
a heartbreaker to Ole Miss 59-49. 

In the last and probably the 
most exciting game of the sea- 
son the Maroons rose to the oc- 



Bledsoe Goes for a High One 



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casion and defeated the strong 
Alabama quint 37-34. In win- 
ning, the Maroons kept the boys 
from the Capstone from break- 
ing the conference record of 
most points scored in one sea- 
son. That night Alabama came 
within three points of tieing the 
record held by the Maroon 
squad of 1943. 

After a week of practice the Snyder 

State five moved into Louisville, 

Kentucky for the Southeastern Conference tournament but lost in the opening round to Georgia Tech 65-52 
to bring the curtain down on another season of Basketball. 




Watts 



E. Bledsoe 



Walters 




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BASEBALL 



GAME RECDHD 

State L. S. U. 21 

State 1 L. S. U. 19 

State 12 Tulane 8 

State 2] • • • Tulane 12 

State 6 L. S. U 9 

State 1 L. S. U. 12 

State Bradley Tech 4 

State 1 Alabama 15 

State 12 Alabama 13 

State 1 Ole Miss 9 



Coach Noble 



Coach Patty 



Opening the season with no collegiate experienced pitchers and only two retm-ning lettermen, the Maroon 
diamond team met with disaster at every tm-n, and they managed to eke out only two victories in ten starts. 
However, the team played hard and well throvighout every game, and their performances met with approval 
of the fans. 

Dropping their first two decisions to L. S. U. in Baton Rouge, the Bulldogs moved into New Orleans to 
pound out a double victory over Tulane, but from then on they couldn't find the range, and L. S. U., Bradley 
Tech of Illinois, Alabama, and Ole Miss poured it on for six straight games. 

With much experience gained this season, and many lettermen and high school stars coming up, however. 
Coach "Dudy" and his squad are looking forward to a very successful season next year. 



NiOLET Takes One on Bradley Tech 



Bradley Tech Gets a Double Play 





Brandon, Pitcher 
H. Smith, Pitcher 
PiTTMAN, Catcher 



PiNsoN, Shortstop B. Smith, Third Base Payne, Pitcher Hamilton, Outfield 

Watts, Outfield Day, First Base Benson, Outfield Forester, Third Base 

Marks, Outfield Duke, Pitcher Smith, Pitcher Niolet, First Base Tiller, Second Base 



Hamilton Gets a Hit 



State Must Be Ahead 



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A full track program was resumed last year at State, and the cinder- 
men, under the able leadership of Coach Dick Hitt, had a very suc- 
cessful season. With Bill Rhett and Hal France the only returning 
lettermen. Coach Hitt developed one of the most brilliant arrays of 
stars in Mississippi State track history. 

In four dual meets the thin clads thoroughly defeated Ole Miss 
twice, Alabama and Maxwell Field once each. Garnering points in 
both track and field events, the Maroons improved with each meet, 
and their efforts were popularly acclaimed by the Student Body. 

State tracksters were rated as "strictly darkhorse material" in the 
Southeastern Conference Meet in Birmingham, but they breezed forth 
in an unexpected burst of strength and came out in fourth place. The 
Maroons outscored all rivals on the cinders, but failed to gather any 
on the field, and thus came in behind L. S. U., Georgia Tech, and 
Tulane. 

Hal France and footballer Harper Davis combined their efforts to 
register thirteen points in the 100 and 220 yard dashes. France ran 
second behind Dickey of L. S. U. in both events, while Davis took 
third and fourth respectively. 

Proud of the Maroon Track Team, the Reveille is happy to add 
one more round of applause for the coach and members. 



Haley, Hurdles 




TRACK 



"Bucky" Walters, rated a third placer in premeet dope, outdistanced 
a fast field in the 440 to place first, beating McLane of Tulane and 
Lansing of Georgia Tech. Jack Haley scored seven points by virtue 
of second in the low hurdles and third in the high, while Bill Rhett 
ran a very close second in the half mile run. The Speedy Maroon 
relay team remained undefeated for the season by dashing to a clear- 
cut victory and the coveted trophy. The relay team was composed 
of Hal France, Donald Nicholson, Bill Rhett, and "Bucky" Walters. 





Haley First in the Hurdles 
Against Ole Miss. 



France, Harper Davis, and Will Davis, One, Two, and Three 
Over Ole Miss in the Hundred 

Mizelle Takes First Over Maxwell Field in the Mile 

Rhett Has the Winning Habit 



alters, sec Quarter Mile King Harper Davis, Dashes and Broad Jump 



Rhett, Half Mile 




OL "M" CLUB . . 



The "M" Club is made up of men who have lettered in one or more of the major sports. 

The "M" Club initiation affords a great deal of entertainment for the Student Body and embarrassment for 
the initiates. The annual' "M" Club dance is one of the highlights of the Fall Season. 



OFFICERS 

Bob Pillow President 

Harper Davis Vice-President 

Billy Thompson Secretary-Treasurer 

Mike Mihalic Sergeant-at-Anns 



Alexander, Murray M. 
Arnold, Pat 
Arnold, J. O. 
Atkinson, J. P. 
Benson, G. W. 
Black, C. P. 
Bledsoe, Eugene 
Bledsoe, Steve 
Bramlett, G. M. 
Brandon, Phillip 
Brock, J. N. 
Cadenhead, R. 
Chisholm, W. C. 
Conn, James E. 
Corley, E. 
Davis, Harper 
Davis, Kermit 
Davis, Ken 
Davis, W. O. 
Day, R. D. 
Dollar, Joe 
Floyd, D. E. 
Ford, Bob 
Forrester, J. E. 
Garrett, W. D. 
Grace, John 



MEMBERS 

Haley, Charles J. 
Hamilton, W. C. 
Harris, Mike 
Matulich, E. 
Hildebrand, C. W. 
Howard, Billy 
Hughes, Jesse 
Hughes, Vernon 
Johnson, Salty 
Jones, Sonny 
Lowe, Henry 
McBeath, Kennon 
McCain, Billy 
Marks, G. S. 
Meeks, Billy 
McInvale, G. 
McWilliams, Tom 
Mihalic, Mike 

MiZELLE, C. 

MoATES, Jennings 
Murphy, Billy 
Nettles, Billy 
Nicholson, W. D. 
Parks, Jay 
Patterson, Curtis 
Patterson, R. B. 



Pearce, Abner T. 
Peevy, Malcolm A. 

PiNSON, T. C. 
Pillow, Bob 
PiTTMAN, James N. 
Reynolds, Henry H. 
Rhett, Bill 
Saia, Joe 
Shuff, Teddy 

SiDORICK, Al 

Simmons, J. E. 
Smith, J. E. 
Smith, E. P. 
Smith, H., Jr. 
Snyder, Herman L. 
Solomon, Carlene 
Stuart, J. 
Thomas, D. J. 
Thompson, Billy 
Thorpe, Hillard 
Tiller, T. E. 
Wall, J. S. 
Walters, Albert H. 
Watts, Lee A. 
Windham, Steve 



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Left to right: Murray M. Alexander, J. P. Atkinson, G. W. Benson, C. P. Black, Eugene Bledsoe, Steve 
Bledsoe, J. N. Brock, R. Cadenhead, James E. Conn, E. Corley, Harper Davis, W. O. Davis, R. D. Day, Joe 
Dollar, D. E. Floyd, John Grace, E. Matulich, Jesse Hughes, Vernon Hughes, Sonny Jones, Henry Lowe, 
Kennon McBeath, G. S. Marks, Billy Meeks, G. McInvale, Mike Mihalic, Jennings Moates, Billy Murphy, 
Billy Nettles, R. B. Patterson, Abner T. Pearce, Malcolm A. Peevy, Bob Pillow, Henry H. Reynolds, Bill 
Rhett, Teddy Shuff, Al Sidorick, J. E. Simmons, Carlene Solomon, J. Stuart, Hillard Thorpe, T. E. Tiller, 

J. S. Wall, Albert Walters, Steve Windham 



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And now we come to the last but not the 
least important section of the REVEILLE. 
Organizations on the Campus are impor- 
tant to the Student Body for the valuable 
service they render to Student and Col- 
lege alike. 

Definite groups seeking to expand their 
special interests afford opportunity for 
recreation, for developing talent and lead- 
ership, and for strengthening character. 
These societies cover diverse fields, rang- 
ing over social service, honorary service, 
honorary scholastic, and religious. Bring- 
ing together those of mutual aims and 
common interests is a boon in itself, but 
giving impetus to participation and com- 
petition in worthwhile campus activities 
is the real service of campus organiza- 
tions. So vital to Student life are these 
bodies that the Students, by their own 
law, have set up means by which to gov- 
ern them. 

Therefore, the REVEILLE very proudly 
presents Mississippi State's "Socials" and 
i "Honorary and Service" organizations of 

Students. 




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With all fraternities on the campus becoming active again 
this year, the Interfraternity Council, under the guidance of 
"Pete" GrifBs, was more active itself than ever before. Rushing 
rules were drawn up and put into operation, interfraternity sports 
became popular again, and the IFC dance was one of the best 
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First Row, left to right: Gwin, Sanderson, Rhett, Gates, Robertson; Second Row: Fisher, 
McMillan, Lipe, Walker, Smith; Third Row: Griffis, Elmore, McGuire, Ritter, Dalton; Fourth 
Row: Coon, Oakes, Auter, Thomas, Kleban, Levitt. 



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MEMBERS 

T. K. Griffis President 

J. W. LiPE Vice-President 

J. F. Sanderson Secretary-Treasurer 



OFFICERS 



Frank Gwin 
Joe F. Sanderson 
William Rhett 
Gene Gates 
J. G. Robertson 
J. P. Fisher 
B. L. McMillan 
J. W. Life 
Emmett Walker 
A. B. Smith 
K. B. Keary, Jr. 
T. K. Griffis 



G. M. Elmore 
Dick McGuire 
Robert Ritter 
Tommie Dalton 
Lee Coon 
W. T. Oakes 
M. B. Oldham 
Henry Auter 
Herbert Johnson 
Joe Thomas 
Warren Kleban 
M. Levitt 




The IFC and Their Dates 



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GAMMA THETA CHAPTER 



Once again the men of Gamma-Theta of Pi Kappa Alpha have surged to peak strength. After lean war years, these wearers 
of the Shield and Diamond displayed their leadership in campus social and scholastic activities. 

Holding garnet and gold as their colors, and the Lily-of-the- Valley as their flower, Gamma-Thetians led off the Greek dances 
with their Annual Valentine Ball, and held the brilliant "Dream Girl Banquet" for the first time since 1942. Miss Virginia Holder 
was elected as their Dream Girl. 

Lost from the Chapter because of graduation this year were Sam Hailey, Business Manager of the REFLECTOR, "Soap" Fran- 
cis, Vice-President of the Student Association, Frank Gwin, former Chapter President, and Joe Frank Sanderson, Editor of the 
Reveille, but the Chapter was left in such competent hands as those of Earl Triplett, George Wade, Marion Simmons, and 
John Joe Humphreys. 








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OFFICERS 

Earl Tbiplett President 

George Wade Vice-President 

Richard Hollis Secretary 

Billy McKinney Treasurer 



Harry L. Cole 
Curtis Tartt 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 



R. C. Weems 

W. B. S. WiLBURN 



MEMBERS 



BuRNHAM Bullock 
Lavern Brown 
Guy Cathcart 
Robert Champion 
J. W. Chatman 
James B. Cox 
John R. Craft 
Tom Dallas 
James Darnell 
John A. Edwards 
Dick Ewing 
Edward Ferguson 
Philip Ferriss 
Robert A. Filgo 
Jack Francis 
Robert Griffin 



Frank Gwin 
Sam Hailey 
T. E. Hearon 
Dan Hill 
Maurice Hill 
Richard Hollis 
John Joe Humphreys 
B. A. Jordan 
Johnny K. Jordan 
Robert Jones 
Tommy Kirk 
Bob Lacey 
Esse D. Langston 
Oliver McCaskill 
Ira McCullen 



Jack McGee 
George McIngvale 
William Mckinney 
Homer McNamara 
Robert McVay 
Joe McWilliams 
Richard Miller 
Springfield Murff 
Jack Phillips 
Hubert Fray 
Jennings Orr 
E. B. Pratt 
William E. Roberts 
Travis Sandidge 
Joe Frank Sanderson 



O. W. Scott 
J. R. Scribner 
Lawrence Shaw 
Marion L. Simmons 
Dick Smallwood 
Edmond F. Smith 
Harry Smith 
Henry Stigler 
Lonnie Thompson 
Earl Triplett 
George Wade 
James H. White 
T. J. Wilkins 
Ray Wise 
M. T. Still 



PLEDGES 



William W. Adams 
Charles Aldridge 
Joe Applewhite 
Joe Don Bennett 
John R. Booth, Jr. 
Sidney Branch 
Jake Brannon 
Sidney Brevard 
William Buchanan 
Walter Chapman 
James Chisholm 



James Conn 
Julian Crawford 
J. W. Dixon 
Frank Duncan 

B. P. ESTES 

George Hendrick 
Albert Hegman 
Bill Hunington 
Hyde Jenkins 
Bernard Jones 
Hilton Keen 
George Keith 



Frank King 
Charles Mars 
Mike McCaleb 
Brantley McDaniels 
C. H. McGraw 
Tom McGraw 
Eugene Middleton 
Hugh Miller 
George Oakman 
William Pitts 
James Reed 
Julian Rives 



John Roach 
Lee Robinson 
Paul Schmitz 
Cadien Shaw 
William F. Sparks 
Tom Walker 
Hugh Vaughan 
John E. Whitaker 
Joe Whiteside 
Ted Yount 
E. D. Johnson 




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BETA TAU CHAPTER DF 



Kappa Alpha arose from a distinctive social military group, the Lee Guards, which was the first organization of its kind on the 
State campus. The brotherhood of these gay Southern Gentlemen made its first appearance at State in 1927 with the background 
and traditions of the old South and its great leader, Robert E. Lee. 

They live under the banners of crimson and old gold with a love for the fiery red rose and the stately magnolia blossom. 
With a trail of friendship and good times left behind, Bill Rhett and Hilary Livingston are leading Beta Tau of Kappa Alpha 
into a new horizon filled with the fullness of college social life ably assisted by the humor of "SUck" Boyles. 



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First Row, left to right: Andrews, Brandon, Cannada, Cochran, Comfort, Conlee, Evans, Gardner, Gates, Halbert; Second Row: Hammett, J. L. Harris, 
Jr., R. A. Harris, Jr., Holland, Johnson, Jones, Lake, Lipscomb, Livingston, Martin; Third Row: Moore, Overstreet, Owen, PuUen, Ragland, Rhett, 
Santmyer, Smith, Spain, Speed; Fourth Row: Stevens, Stokes, Thompson, Williams, Yerger, Alexander, Bates, Berryman, Bishop, Covington; Fifth 
Row: Frankhn, Forrest, Garland, Graves, Jones, Kilgore, Lauderdale, Luckett, May, Martin; Sixth Row: McWilfiams, Mills, Montgomery, Nichols, Pevey, 
Rhett, Rogers, Rouse, Ruifin; Seventh Row: Rusling, Scale, Sikes, Spivey, Stringer, Taylor, Thoms, Watkins, Wyckoff. 



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KAPPA ALPHA 



OFFICERS 

William Rhett President 

Sam R. Moore Vice-President 

Robert H. Thompson, Jr Secretary 

William D. Andrews Treasurer 

W. J. Evans Faculty Advisor 

Dr. J. F. Locke Alumni Advisor 



MEMBERS 



William D. Andrews 
Waddell Bradshaw 
Clifford N. Brandon, 
Jack C. Boyles 
Ray R. Cannada 
James C. Cochran 
David M. Comfort 
Carl W. Conlee, Jr. 
Meade Eastland 
Leslie Evans 
William J. Evans 



Warren Gardner 
Gene Gates 
Jr. Bob Hairston 

Burton D. Halbert 
Warren I. Hammett 
James L. Harris, Jr. 
Robert A. Harris, Jr. 
HoYT T. Holland, Jr. 
William G. Johnson 
Charlie W. Jones 

E. K ELLIS 



Earl J. Lake 
Julian E. Lipscomb 
Hilary Livingston 
John F. Locke 
H. Frank Martin 
George D. Mitchell 
Sam R. Moore 
BoLAN M. Overstreet 
Mike S. Owen 
Robert A. Puckett 
Paul R. Pullen 



Evan L. Ragland, HI 
Jr. William Rhett 

Jay Santmyer 
Lynn Smith 
Thomas A. Spain, Jr. 
Donald D. Speed 
A. B. Stevens, Jr. 
Walter Stokes 
Robert H. Thompson, Jr. 
Roy E. Williams 
Edward Yerger 



PLEDGES 



Murray Alexander 
William S. Allen 
Leon Bates 
John L. Berryman,Jr. 
Sam C. Bishop 
John E. Covington 
Kenneth Davis 
Kendall Davis 
Wesley Featherstone 
Ike D. Franklin 
T. Lee Forrest, Jr. 



Doug Garland 
Ernest Graves 
Peter Hairston 
Wightman Hardin 
Lacy F. Hughes 
Egbert Jones 
Clayton Kilgobe 
William L. Kirby 
Tom Lauderdale 
W. Dabbs Long, Jr. 
Billy Luckett 
William W. May 



Warren Martin 
Bobby McPherson 
Leon C. McWilliams 
Thomas McWilliams 
Homer Mills 
Wilkins H. Montgomery 
Harrod Nichols 
Ernest Fred Opperman 
Will W. Pevey 
RowE Rhett 
Jessie B. Rogers 
Martin S. Rouse 



Dave Ruffin 

Van Rusling 

Leo Seale 

Dick Skes 

George Howard Spivey 

Robert P. Stringer 

Douglas Taylor 

Bill Thoms 

Bobby Walker 

Leigh Watkins 

William Wyckoff 




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MISSISSIPPI THETA CHAPTER DF 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded March 9, 1856, in an old Southern Mansion at the University of Alabama. Thirty-one 
years later, March 12, 1887, Mississippi Theta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon came to the Mississippi State Campus. This sub- 
rosa chapter operated for five years before being discovered and its members expelled from school. Mississippi Theta returned to 
the State campus on October 21, 1932. 

The fraternity colors are Royal Purple and Gold. Its flower— the Violet. Outstanding members and pledges on the campus are 
J. E. Simmons, R. L. "Bob" Pillow, H. L. "Sonny" Schneider, and J. C. Robertson. 




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First Row, left to right: Aden, Anderson, Beisel, Branton, Cadenhead, Clark, Davis, Day, Epperson, J. P. Fisher; Second Row: R. D. Fisher, Gladney, 
Hicks, W. W. Jones, F. P. Jones, King, J. H. Lusk, W. T. Lusk, McCoy, Pillow; Third Row: Rayner, Robertson, Sharp, Simmons, Stuart, A. R. Taylor, 
F. W. Taylor, Treas, Trotter, Turpin; Fourth Row: Wilburn, Williams,, Baskins, Bennett, Bridgeforth, Chaney, Draper, Flint, Foresman, Golden; 
Fifth Row: Hobart, Hinton, W. E. Johnson, W. R. Johnson, J. H. Kennedy, M. K. Kennedy, Luster, Lutkin, R. D. Lyon, R. M. Lyon; Sixth Row: 
McDuffie, J. S. Melton, R. S. Melton, Schneider, Short, Solomon, Standifer, Weeks, Wheeler. 



SIGMA ALPHA EPSILDN 



OFFICERS 

J. C. Robertson President 

J. E. Simmons Vice-President 

N. P. Davis Treasurer 

T. G. Gladney Recorder 



W. F. Flowers 
S. J. Few 

B. F. HiLBUN 

Felix Welch 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 



J. D. Ray, Jr. 



D. M. McCain 
Paul Jacobs 
Edwin Bridgeforth 
Phil Dickens 



MEMHERS 



R. M. Aden 

F. P. Aldpidge 
J. H. Anderson 

B. O. Beisel 

G. M. Bramlett 
H. W. Branton 
G. F. Brown 

C. R. Cadenhead 
J. A. Carroll 

E. T. Clark 
N. P. Davis 



R. P. Day 

E. C. Epperson 
J. P. Fisher 

R. D. Fisher 
B. C. Fields 

H. D. GiLHUTH 

T. G. Gladney 
R. L. Hicks 
W. W. Jones 

F. P. Jones 



J. A. King 
J. H. LusK 
W. T. LusK 
O. S. McCoy 
W. W. Moore 
R. L. Pillow 
W. H. Rayner 
J. C. Robertson 
D. R. Sharp 
J. E. Simmons 



H. H. Spragins 
J. B. Stuart 
A. R. Taylor 
F. W. Taylor 
C. E. Treas 
W. C. Trotter 
H. L. Turpin 
C. G. Wells 
W. W. Wilburn 
J. B. Williams 



PLEDGES 



R. W. Baskins 
E. J. Bennett 
H. R. Bridgeforth 
C. R. Burrows 
C. E. Chaney 
T. V. Curtis 
H. R. Davis 
R. B. Deen 
C. E. Draper 
G. H. DuLiN 
O. W. Easley 



J. A. Ellard 
T. W. Fields 
E. A. Flint 
G. E. Foresman 
H. G. Golden 

C. R. HOBART 

R. L. Hinton 
W. E. Johnson 
W. R. Johnson 
J. H. Kennedy 
M. K. Kennedy 

D. Lester 



J. A. Long 

R. B. LUNDY 

T. M. Luster 

W. C. LUTKIN 

R. D. Lutkne 
R. D. Lyon 
R. M. Lyon 
T. M. McClarahan 
H. W. McDuffie 
J. M. McIntyre 
J. C. Milton 
R. S. Melton 



J. E. Ray 

H. L. Schneider 

R. M. p. Short 

R. W. Solomon 

J. S. Standifer 

L D. Tate 

E. H. Wamsley 

D. Q. Weeks 
J. A. Welch 

E. N. Wheeler 
C. V. Wright 




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GAMMA UPSILDN CHAPTER OF 



On June 28, 1855, the badge of Sigma Chi Fraternity was first worn in pubHc on the campus of Miami University, Oxford, 
Ohio. Today this same badge, a distinctive White Cross, is seen on one hundred and three American College campuses. 

Sigma Chi Fraternity came to Mississippi State College in 1938 when the George Rifles, famous local social organization of 
A & M days, successfully petitioned the national fraternity for membership. The traditions of George Rifles give State's Gamma 
Upsilon Sigs a double heritage as both a local and a national organization. 

The White Cross Badge and the blue pledge button shield mark the men of Sigma Chi. The fraternity colors are blue and old 
gold; the flower, the white rose. "The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi" is first among fraternity songs. 

The highlight of Gamma Upsilon's social calendar is the annual White Cross Ball. Numerous other social events during the 
year serve, not as an end in themselves, but rather as a means of furthering the Sigma Chi ideals of brotherhood and fraternity. 





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H ding Hil Hooper, Hudson, Jackson, Jarman, Jones, C. W. Kerr, C. O. Kerr, Knox; Tkird Ro..: Lancaster^ Lipe, Matthes, McCollum Mcln yr . 
McMillon, Mcpherson, Moore, Neely, Odon, O'Kelly; Fourth Row: Oliver, Parkes, Parsons, Partee, Patterson Pryor Richardson^ Shank, Short Sm> 
mons, Sizemore; Fifth Row: Spain, Staggers, Wamble, Waters, Watters, Alston, Blair, Box, Brown, Gates, Coleman; St.f/t Rou;: Coleman, Cox, Crook, 
Dard;n, Dent, Hallman, Hensarhng, Hill, Hodges, James, Johnson; Se«enf;^ Row: Jones, Kennedy Kmg, Lyle McConmc, McKeithen McKibbe^^^ 
O'Kelley, Pitner, Ratliff, Ray, Reeves; Eighth Row: Riley, Sanders, Scales, Shannon, Short, Standifer, Stanton, Strickland, Swanzy, Thomason, Tiller, 
Vinson. 

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SIGMA CHI 



OFFICERS 



Ben Llo\t) McMillan President 

Mac a. Bigelow Vice-President 

H. Owens McCollum Secretary 

Ralph F. Neely Treasurer 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 



Feed T. Mitchell 
J. C. McKee 
George W. Johnston 



J. C. McKee, Jr. 



Horace H. Harned 

Allyn McKeen 
Bowden Wyatt 



MEMHERS 



Mac a. Bigelow 
William A. Box 
Johnny L. Bunch, Jr. 
James Ray Carpenter 
Robert Van Chambers 
Ben Chatoney 
Barrett Clinsby 
JiMMiE Corbin 
Howard M. Evans 
Bean Cribbs 
Bruce Fanguay 
James L. Flanaghan 
Caley a. Foreman, Jr. 
Sherwood Galbraith 
Floyd Hobson Gary 
Albert G. Hamilton 
Bill Harding 



Miles Douglas Harper 
William H. Harris 
Grady Hill 
Henry P. Hiter 
William A. Hogan, Jr. 
James M. Hooper 
Hugh Hudson 
William L. Jackson, Jr. 
Frank Thomas Jackson 
B. F. Jarman 
Gay D. Jones, Jr. 
Charles W. Kerr 
Clyde O. Kerr 
Billy Knobles 
Dewitt Knox 
R. Kent Lancaster 
Charles L. Leflore 
Robert L. Liddell 



J. W. Life 
Carl E. Matthes 
H. Owens McCollum 
R. QuiN McIntyre, Jr. 
Ben L. McMillon, Jr. 
John W. McPherson 
Thomas M. Mitchell 
Charlie D. Moore 
Charles Moor 
Ralph F. Neely 
Lewis E. Norman 
Felton H. Odom 
Joseph Fred O'Kelly, Jr. 
James Howard Oliver 
William R. Parkes 
Arnold E. Parsons 
William C. Partes 
John H. Patterson 



TiLDEN W. Pryor 
David D. Richardson 
Howard T. Richardson 
Jack Shank 
Donald F. Short 
Albert D. Simmons, Jr. 
Robert E. Sizemore 
Frank K. Spain 
Erie Harding Staggers, Jr. 
Edmund Warren Taylor 
Gerald B. THomas 
Marvin C. Tillman 
Howard W. Wamble 
Philip Albert Waring 
Charles L. Waters 
Sidney Watters 
Billy Scott White 



PLEDGES 



Leon W. Alston 
John D. Ashcraft 
Stephen H. Blair, Jr. 
Thomas M. Box 
Joseph L. Brown, Jr. 
Thomas S. Gates 
Ancher a. Coleman 
James L. Coleman 
George G. Cox, Jr. 
John T. Crews, Jr. 
Rapp W. Cook, HI 
Charles B. Darden 
Joe H. Dent 
William R. Duke, Jr. 



Bobby Hallman 

BoYCE E. Harris 

Kinard D. Honsarling 

Charles W. Hill 

Dale Hodges 

Bob James 

Mickey Johnson 

Billy D. Jones 

W. G. Jordan 

John Patrick Kennedy 

Joe S. King 

Billy Lyle 

Quinnie Buddy McCormick, 

Bernard E. McDearman 



Howard Wesley McKeithen 

UlA V. McKlBBEN 

Walter A. Moore 
Edwin K. Murick, Jr. 
William B. O'Kelley 
Sam Lelms Pitner 
Frank E. Ratliff, Jr. 
Roland Peel 
William B. Ray 
Wade H. Reeves, Jr. 
Frank Taylor Riley 
Pete Sanders 
Jr.Samuel Webb Scales 

George McDaniel Shannon 



James A. Short 
James E. Short 
Leon Standifer 
John H. Stanton 
William W. Strickland 
Robert H. Swanzy 
Henry M. Thomason 
Thomas E. Tiller 
EuELL M. Vinson 
Clinton E. Wallace 
Erwin C. Wilbourne 
Ralph S. Wofford 
Tom W. Worthington 




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DELTA CHI CHAPTER DF 



Looking up to an array of scarlet, emerald, and white, coupled with the lily-of-the-valley, these wearers of the star and cresent, 
founded as Kappa Sigma in 1869, located their Delta Chi Chapter at State in 1936. This year's Chapter boasts of versatile Mickey 
Walker, A. B. Smith, Harper Davis, Bill Hollingsworth, Cliff Wilson and William Morgan. 









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First Row, left to right: B. Agnew, J. E. Agnew, Allen, Barnes, D. M. Brown, K. L. Brown, Butler, Barksdale, Carr, Darsey, Davis, DeLoach; Second 
Row: Cower, Grossnickle, Haley, Hammond, Harris, Hollingsworth, Kynard, Langford, Lindsey, Logan, Meux, Moran; Third Roio: Morgan^ Morns, 
Moss, Mullen, McCarley, McLaurin, Nash, Nettels, Newman, Oglesby, Orr, Parker; Fourth Row: Pepper, Prentiss, Pruitt Proctor, Bmnsey, Robmson, 
Scott, Stephens, Stewart, A. B. Smith, B. B. Smith, H. C. Smith; Fifth Row: Sturdivant, Wadlington Walker, Webb, Wilson, Wise, Yandall, Agnew, 
Anderson, Bailey, Baskin, Batty; Sixth Row: Bryan, Causey, Collins, Colmer, E. Ellis, W. Ellis, Galloway, Galthey, Garner, Gary, Hampton, Hams; 
Seventh Row: Hays, Hively, Lampe, McCarley, McCulley, McPherson, Mercier, Neill, Pinson, Pierce, Robertson; Eighth Row: J. L. Robmson, J. Y. 
Robinson, J. Roby, W. Roby, Selman, Stanley, Wait, Watkins, Wilson, Woods, Wooley. 



KAPPA SIGMA 



OFFICERS 

Emmett H. Walker President 

C. C. Mullen Vice-President 

H. C. Wilson Treasurer 

A. B. Smith Secretary 



A. C. Ellis 
A. W. Garner 
R. R. Irvin 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 



J. W. Ward 



E. D. Myers 
C. Q. Sheeley 
W. S. Stone 



MEMBERS 



Bonds Agnew 
John E. Agnew 
James Allen 
T. A. Atkinson 
R. M. Barnes 
D. M. Brown 
R. L. Brown 
F. H. Butler 
B. C. Barksdale 
R. H. Bowie 
S. F. Carr 
I. A. Chad WICK 
W. C. Coltharp 
Bill Darsey 
Harper Davis 
W. M. Deloach 

T. C. GOWER 



JiMMIE GrOSSNICKLE 

J. Haley 

R. Y. Hammond 

Ruben Harris 

Bill Hildebrand 

William T. Hollingsworth 

W. Holloman 

Guy Kynard 

Lewis Langford 

Jack Lindsey 

W. D. Logan, Jr. 

William L. Meux, Jr. 

Duncan Moran 

W. H. Morgan 

W. Morris 

B. M. Moss 



C. G. Mullen 
W. G. McGarley 
R. S. McLaurin 
J. E. Nash 
W. R. Nettles 
A. H. Newman 
J. L. Oglesby 
S. P. Orr 
H. L. Parker 
J. T. Pepper 
S. D. Prentiss 
Marion Pruitt 
J. W. Proctor 
G. B. Ramsey 
M. T. Reed 
G. A. Robinson 



T. Scott 
J. Stephens 
M. Stewart 

A. B. Smith 

B. B. Smith 
H. G. Smith 

M. P. Sturdivant 
G. A. Travivca 
L. H. Wadlington 

E. H. Walker 
W. B. Webb 

G. B. Williams 
H. G. Wilson 
R. F. Wilson 

F. A. Wise 

W. M. Yandall 



PLEDGES 



Roy Agnew 
John E. Anderson 
Fred Bailey 
E. G. Baskin 
W. Batty 
W. S. Bryan, Jr. 
John W. Gausey 
Jimmy G. Gollins 
Fred Golmer 
Edgar Darror 
Edwin Ellis 
Walter Ellis 



George Galloway 
David Galthey 
A. G. Garner 
Walter Gary 
George Hampton 
Roy Harris 
W. L. Hays 

G. HiVELY 

A. M. Knight 
H. Lampe 

V. B. LiGNON 

Harold McCabley 



Gharles McGulley 
Marvin McPherson 
Judge Mercier 
Bobby Miller 
George L. Neill 
L. Nobles 

S. R. PiNSON 

R. H. Posey 
Hugh Vernon Pierce 
Dero Ramsey 
Herbert Robertson 
Joe L. Robinson 





Joe Y. Robinson 
James Roby 
William Roby 
Eldon Selman 
Jack Stanley 
W. H. Teate 
Pierce Wait 
Richard D. Watkins 
Homer Wilson 
D. Woods 
O. B. Wooley 



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Alpha Tail Omega, dedicated to brotherhood and friendship, made its first appearance when those virtues were at a low ebb . 
in the wake of the Civil War. Its first chapter was founded at V. M. I. in 1865. It came to Mississippi State in 1937 as the 
Epsilon Epsilon Chapter. Since that time, it has grown to take its place as one of the campus's largest, and has turned out 
many campus leaders and outstanding athletes. 

This year those wlio bring the honors to the Maltese Cross include "Pete" Griffis, "SHck" Little, James Kenna, Jones Wood- 
ward, K. B. Keary, Bob Rose, and "Chief" McCain. 




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First Row, left to right: Abernathy, Annnons, Bogan, Boydstun, Canon, Chandler, Dollar, Estes, Eubanks, Gibbes; Second Row: Cordon, Criffis, Har- 
rison, Hillebert, Howard, Jackson, Jones, Kenna, Kimbrough, Klyce; Third Row: Knox, Laird, Lee, Leslie, Livingston, McCain, McEkoy, McGee, 
Morson, Noland; Fourth Row: Ferryman, Phillips, Ralston, Rose, Ross, Sistrunk, Trest, Weissinger, Woodward, Yarbrough; Fifth Row: Agnew, 
Crumpton, Dickerson, Fulmer, Coff, Head, Herring, Hudson, Jackson, Jordan, Martin; Sixth Row: McCord, McDowell, McNeel, Newman, Noland, 
Page, Putnam, Ratcliff, Talbert, Truesdale, Wesley. 



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OFFICERS 

K. B. Keary, Jr President 

Bob Rose Vice-President 

PhilMorson Treasurer 

Bobby Hines Secretary 

Lamar Trest Recorder 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 



B. P. Brooks 
J. K. Betters WORTH 
E. B. Colmer 
M. G. Gray 



L. L. Patterson 
Harry Simrall 
Kenneth Withington 
Coach D. Weaver 



MEMBERS 



Hilton H. Abernathy 
Chester S. Ammons 
Herman Bankston 
Wm. Neil Bogan, Jr. 
Marshall O. Boydstun 
Julian G. Brunt 
Jesse L. Cannon, Jr. 
John I. Chandler 
Joe Dollar 
Allen F. Estes 
Hunter Eubanks, Jr. 
Fred D. Evans, Jr. 

EaRLTON F. GlBBES 

Bobby H. Gordon 
Thonas K. Griffis 



Gray W. Harrison, Jr. 
Harold G. Hillebert 
Robert L. Hines 
Hugh A. Howard 
William J. Holloman 
John R. Hudson 
Raymond J. Jackson 
Emmett p. Jones, Jr. 
Kendall B. Keary 
James H. Kenna 
Emmett A. Kimbrough 
Louis A. King 
John H. Klyce ,• 
James E. Knox 



Wheeler E. Laird 
James C. Lee 
Thomas B. Leslie 
Lamar E. Little 
Arthur L. Livingston 
Davis G. Lyon 
William C. McCain 
John M. McElroy 
Clyde T. McGee 
Roy H. Matheny 
Philip H. Morson 
Peyton H. Noland 
Robert L. Pebryman 
Ned H. Phillips 



Don L. Ralston 
Robert B. Rose 
James E. Ross 
Joe C. Saia 
George S. Shepherd 
John D. Sistrunk 
Sylvanus W. Smith, Jr. 
Ed. Stewart 
Ernest K. Strahan, Jr. 
Lamar W. Trest 
Austin Lee Watts 
Fred J. Weissinger 
Jones D. Woodward 
Thomas E. Yarbrough 



PLEDGES 



Todd Agnew 
Thomas J. Barnes 
Thomas L. Burdette 
Sam Burks 
Samuel B. Carr 
Ira L. Cook 
Prentiss H. Crumpton 
Wm. L. Dickerson, Jb. 
Jeff B. Fulmeb, Jr. 



Douglas S. Goff 
Guy R. Green, Jr. 
John W. Head 
Clinton G. Herring 
Homer B. Hicks 
Allen Z. Holt 
James D. Hudson 
William R. Hudson 
Fredrick Z. Jackson 
Dan C. Jordan 



James W. Kinsey 
Fitzhugh L. Lowe 
William W. Martin 
J. Howard McCord 
Tabor A. McDowell 
Robert L. McElroy 
Robert C. McNeel 
Carl McQuinn 
Charles E. Newman, Jr. 
T. Vaughan Noland 



John Curtis Page, Jr. 
Richard H. Peaster 
Eugene L. Platte 
James D. Putnam 
Marvin L. Ratcliff, Jr. 
William G. Talbert 
William B. Truesdale 
Roger W. Truesdale 
Halsey E. Wesley 




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ALPHA LAMBDA CHAPTER DF 



The 1946-47 school year marked two anniversaries for Sigma Pi. Fifty years ago the national fraternity was organized at 
Vincennes University in Indiana, and ten years ago Alpha Lambda Chapter at Mississippi State was chartered. The steady growth 
of the fraternity has been characterized by stressing inner strength in preference to outer size. 

Plans for a greater future, with education, the development of character, truth and justice, and democratic practices, in the 
spot light were made at the 1946 convocation at Grove Park Inn, Asheville, N. C, and will be strengthened at the fiftieth Anni- 
versary convocation at Vincennes. <" 

Among the Sigma Pi leaders on the campus this year were Richard McGuire, Cris Elmore, Steve Harman, Bill Hanrahan, 
Curtis Patterson, Ernest Hale, Lee Thompson and James McCarthy, who held top berths in campus sports, journalism, dramatics, 
scholarship, social activities, and other extra-curricular features. 




First Row, left to right: Bidwell, Cox, Eason, Elmore, Forbes, Foutch, Griffin; Second Row: Hale, Harman, Henderson, Harford, James, 
Carthy; Third Row: McGuire, Pugh, Wever, Wilson, Bailey, Campbell, Day; Fourth Row: A. C. Davis, N. A. Davis, Eddins, Freeman, 
Hay, Josey; Fifth Roiv: Keel, Lane, Mizelle, Nason, Thompson, Wilkinson, Yarbrough. 

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DFFICERS 

C. M. Elmore President 

Luther B. Smith . Vice-President 

E. E. Wever, Jr Secretary 

Harry B. Forbes Treasurer 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

T. A. Rodgers 



MEMRERS 



Gene L. Bidwell 
William A. Cox 
Gene B. Eason 
Christopher M. Elmore 
Harry B. Forbes 



James D. Foutch 
Jimmie E. Griffin 
Ernest E. Hale 
Stephen R. Harman 
Luther D. Henderson 
Bernard Harford 



Curtis H. James 
John M. King 
Henry V. McAdams 
James H. McCarthy 
Richard W. McGuire 
Curtis Patterson 



William R. Pugh 
Luther B. Smith 
Henry H. Wamble 
Ernest E. Weaver, Jr. 
James F. Wilson 



PLEDGES 



Walter D. Bailey 
Morgan R. Bedford 
John C. Campbell, Jr. 
Leland M. Coleman 
Robert A. Cooper 
Nathanial T. Day 
A. Carlton Davis 
Neal S. Davis 



Jefferson D. Dickson, Jr. 
Frank W. Eddins 
Rodney G. Freeman 
William J. Gay 
Grady L. Gibbs 
Edvi'ard Grant 
W. P. Hanrahan 
Connie Hay 



James A. Hines 
Jefferson D. Jordan, Jr. 
Harbel F. Josey 
Roy J. Keal 
Henry C. Lane 
E. B. Martin 
Chambliss Mizelle 
William Nason 



Jack Shumate 
Lee Thompson 
Ray M. Waters 
Archie R. Watson 
Charles B. Wilkinson 
BoYCE B. Yarbrough 
Rex a. Yarbrough 




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ALPHA CHI CHAPTER DF 



Phi Kappa Tau was founded at Miami University of Oxford, Ohio, in 1906. Since then, the growth of the fraternity has 
been steady and conservative. It is today represented in fifty-two outstanding colleges throughout the United States. 

The Alpha Chi Chapter of Phi Kappa Tau was installed on this campus in 1938. It seriously endeavors to make a college man's 
life more worthwhile because of his association with the fraternity. This chapter fosters a program to develop real fellowship, 
clean living and respect for learning. Its colors are Harvard red and old gold and its flower the red carnation. Leaders on the 
campus include Harold "Hap" Angelo, George W. Scott, Jr., Robert "Tex" Ritter, and Robert A. Scott. Miss Sylvia Conaway 
was chosen Phi Kappa Tau Sweetheart this year. 



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First Row, left to right: Anderson, Angelo, Baria, Barnette, Braden, Bristow, Brown, Buchanan; Second Row: Cox, Dalton, Coggin, Edwards, Fouche, J 

Godbold, Gray, Ladner; Third Row: McCann, Mahaffey, Ritter, Roan, R. A. Scott, G. W. Scott, Bowen, J. E. Buckle>-; Fourth Row: J. B. Buckley, 
Cox, Daniels, Ellis, Graves, Hopkins, Kraker, Launchley, Lee; Fifth Row: McClughan, Martin, Renfroe, Rogers, Thomas, Thompson, Thrift, Williams, 
Conaway. 



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PHI KAPPA TAU 



OFFICERS 

R. M. RiTTER President 

H. E. Angelo Vice-President 

Norton Bristow Treasurer 

D. A. Anderson Assistant Treasurer 

W. T. Dalton Recording Secretary 

R A Scott Corresponding Secretary 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 



p. H. Dunn 
M. L. Freeman 
M. B. Mapp 
O. L. Snowden 



R. J. Laird 
W. B. Andrews 
N. E. Wilson 
R. T. Palmer, Jr. 



D. A. Anderson 
Habold E. Angelo 
Joseph M. Baria 
William E. Bahnette 
Guy B. Braden 



MEMBERS 



Norton Bristow 
Robert E. Brown 
Charlfs M. Buchanan 
George E. Gox 
William T. Dalton 
Benton G. Goggin 



Douglas E. Edwards 
Tom E. Fouche 
Clifton B. Godbold 
H. C. Gray 
Hilton L. Lardner 
William McGann 



R. K. Mahaffey 

R. M. RiTTER 

John S. Roan 
Robert A. Scott 
George W. Scott 



David Bowen . 
Joe E. Buckley 
John B. Buckley 
Robert K. Burnaman 
William R. Gobb 
Leo S. Cox 



PLEDGES 



Robert Lee Daniels, Jr. 
Nick M. Ellis 
James A. Fillingame 
William G. Graves 
Claude H. Hopkins 
Robert L. Kraker 



Henry H. Lauchley, Jr. 
Robert A. Lee 
E. N. McClughan 
William A. Martin, Jr. 
HoNORE M. Renfroe 
Fred D. Rogers 



Ralph G. Slocum 
W. C. Thomas 
JiMMiE Thompson 
W. C. Thrift, Jr. 
Jack Williams 




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MISSISSIPPI BETA CHAPTER DF 



Sigma Plii Epsilon was founded November 6, 1901, at the University of Richmond, Virginia. It is still a young fraternity, but 
it has expanded rapidly until today there are 80 chapters on the campuses of the largest colleges and universities of America. 
The Mississippi Beta Chapter was formed from the local fraternity, Sigma Phi, on April 30, 1938. 

The fraternity colors are Red and Purple, and the flowers are the American Beauty Rose and Violet. 

Among those on the campus who have brought honor to the Golden Heart of Sigma Phi Epsilon this year are Bill Beasley, 
Douglas B. Floyd, Jack Wilkes, James Brock, and C. L. Coon. 




First Row, left to right: Aldridge, Askew, Baker, Beasley, Black, Crock, Callicott, Clark; Second Row: C. L. Coon, J. H. Coon, Cowan, Cowand, Flem- 
ming, Floyd, Jones, Lindsey; Third Row: Lofton, E. L. Malvaney, E. B. Malvaney, McDonald, Neno, W. T. Oakes, G. F. Oakes, Sudduth; Fourth 
Row: Wilkes, Woleben, Aldridge, Bagley, Bedenbaugh, Benson, Boyette, Dean; Fifth Row: Doan, Gideon, Graves, George, Grafton, Harris, Hearn, 
Huddleston, Hunter; Sixth Row: C. A. Hurston, J. T. Hurston, Jr., McKee, Montgomery, Moore, Simmon.s, Steele, Turner, Wilkes. 



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SIGMA PHI EPSILDN 



OFFICERS 

C. L. Coon President 

J. C. White Vice-President 

Gordon Jones Secretary 

W. E. Callicott Comptroller 

E. L. Malvaney Historian 

M. W. Myers 



MEMBERS 



Edwin C. Aldridge, Jr. 
Harold C. Askew 
HoLLiDAY F. Baker 
William M. Beasley 
Rutherford C. Berger 
Clarence P. Black 
James N. Brock 
William E. Callicott 



Cyrus A. Clarke 
Edward H. Clark 
Clarence L. Coon 
Jessie H. Coon 
S. B. Cowan 
Elliot K. Cowand 
Henry F. Flemming 
Douglas B. Floyd 



Harold G. Jones 
Ernest C. Lindsey 
WiLLAHD N. Lofton 
Edgar L. Malvaney 
Emmett B. Malvaney 
William McDonald 
John O. Moore 
Gervais S. Neno 



William T. Oakes 
George F. Oakes 
George W. Simmons 
Joe M. Sudduth 
Jerome C. White 
John L. White 
William H. Wilkes 
Wilbur H. Woleben 



PLEDGES 



Thomas E. Aldridge 
Homer Arrington 
James Bagley 
Spencer Bedenbaugh 
Rex R. Benson 
John D. Boyette 
John Broome 



w. s. cowsert 
Walter Dean 
John C. Doan 
M. C. Gideon, Jr. 
Joseph N. Graves 
R. p. George 
S. A. Grafton 
Billy W. Harris 



James Hearn 

Bill Huddleston 

Paul M. Hunter 

Charles A. Hurston 

James T. Hurston, Jr. 

James C. Leverette 

L. S. McKee 

William M. Montgomery 



William A. Moore 
Harold Simmons 
Robert Steele 
G. V. Temple 
Phillip D. Turner 
Jack Wilkes 
William D. Woleben 



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EPSILQN CHI ZETA CHAPTER DF 

Since the merger of Theta Kappa Nu with Lambda Chi Alpha in 1938, Lambda Chi Alpha has risen until it now ranks as 
the second largest national fraternity, and is first among international fraternities. 

True to the colors, purple, green, and gold, Lambda Chis revel in the beauty of the white rose. 

Since coming to the campus in 1938, the Lambda Chi Alphas have held annual dances and parties, and have honored the 
memory of their founding date with an annual banquet on March 22. 

Lambda Chis who were campus leaders this year were M. B. Oldham, Milton Williams, Billy Mingee and E. O. Templeton, Jr. 



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OFFICERS 

M. B. Oldham, Jr President 

W. M. MiNGEE Vice-President 

E. O. Templeton, Jr Secretary 

M. L. Williams Treasurer 



Henry F. Auter 
James S. Benson, Jr. 
William E. Byrd 
Gerald Daniels 
H F. Glenn 



MEMBERS 



M. H. Habeer, II 
Henry Hester 
J. D. Kirkland, Jr. 
M. D. McKinnon, III 
William VI. Mingee 



Nelson V. Babcock 
M. B. Oldham, Jr. 
E. C. Roshore 
Henry E. Sneed 
William G. Stanton, Jr. 



E. O. Templeton, Jr. 
Leonard D. Theus 
Nathaniel W. Thomas 
J. A. Williams, Jr. 
M. L. Williams 



H. H. Bowie 
H. A. Downey, Jr. 
George C. Downing 
Milton E. Duke 
A. L. Edwards 



PLEDGES 



Howard B. Ehrlich 
Allen P. Eil.\nd, Jr. 
James L. Hendricks 
Wallace E. Lancaster 
B. T. Martin 



Thurman N. Mauldin 
William G. McKeethen 
William H. Mullen 
William E. Rogers 
E. M. Smith 



Robert L. Saul 
Walter R. Savage, Jr. 
Charles Henry Templeton 
James L. Wilson, Jr. 
Henry A. Waring 




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ALPHA XI CHAPTER DF 



Coming back strongly this year, the Alpha Xi's of Theta Xi again took their place in Mississippi State's family of Greeks. Al 
their helm was Jack King, who was ably supported by Vic Pierce, Herbert Johnson, Whitney Jones, Jim Grice, and George 
Murphy. 

Alpha Xi was installed in April, 1940, by the Louisiana State chapter of Theta Xi, the third oldest national fraternity, and 
since that time they excelled in campus social and scholastic activities. 




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OFFICERS 

J- E. King President 

V. E. Pierce Vice-President 

H. W. Johnson Treasurer 

W. B. Jones Secretary 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 



F. B. DUGGAN 

J. A. McReynolds 



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H. D. Batson 
J. M. Dempsey 
H. W. Johnson 



MEMBERS 



W. B. Jones 
W. J. Jones 



J. E. King 
F. M. Pierce 



V. E. Pierce 
J. G. Thomas 



A. J. Bowie 
L. H. Brown 
L. P. Cullen 
J. R. Flint 
T. H. Howell 
J. H. Foster 



PLEDGES 



J. F. Galbreath 
J. B. Grice 
M. B. Higman 
E. R. Hitchins 
W. A. Johnson 



J. H. Landrum 
N. J. Lowe 
A. G. McCardle 
R. B. Meador 
E. J. Meena 



G. W. Murphy 
J. M. Redding 
J. G. Stephens 
S. L. Worthy 
L. B. Young 




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PHI DELTA CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

Charlotte Aiken Tartt . . . President 
Rosemary Foresman . . Vice-President 

Virginia Winston Secretary 

Jane Bell Treasurer 

Catherine McDonnell .... Herald 
Miss Mildred Barr . . Chapter Sponsor 



MEMBERS 



Carolyn Beattie 
Jane Bell 
Rosemary Foresman 
Shelia Hall 
Betty Johnson 
Ollie Johnson 
Mary Frances Jones 



Ann Luckett 
Catherine McDonnell 
Willie Love Nash 
Norma Powell 
Nancy Randolph 
Charlotte A. Tartt 
Virginia Winston ■ 



PLEDGES 



MoNA Adams Jo Potts 

Merrill Davis Andrews Carolyn Powell 



Dale Clark 

Frances DeMoville 

Joyce Elder 

Ruth Gray 

Mary Harleston 

Peggy Junk 

Ann Kropp 

Polly Bowles McMath 



Frances Robinson 
Eunice Smith 
Floyce Steadman 
Nancy Jo Tisdale 
BiLLiE Fern Turnley 
Patricia Walton 
Herma Lee Wells 




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First Row left to right: Beattie, Foresman, Hall, Johnson, Jones, Luckett; Second Row: McDonn»l 
nS IWriWoih, Tartt, Winston; T/nVrf Rot.: Adams Andrews, fl^^l^j.^^^^'l';^^; f^ | 
Gray; Fourth Row: Harleston, Kropp, McMath, Potts, Powell, Robinson; Fifth Row. Smith, Ste, 
man,' Tisdale, Turnley, Walton. 

This sisterhood, though now spread throughout the natiou, ^^ If^eled jW^^^^ 
era property", since its founding in 1895 was on the campus ot the U"ive s ty 
of Arkansas It honors the cardinal and straw colors and holds high the white 

carnation. . -i ^ inoe A 

Phi Delta Chapter was established at Mississippi State on April 4, 1936, and 

took its noble place as the first women's fraternity on the campus^ .^"''^^ !! 

time It has funcHoned actively and continued to grow in wisdom and in numbei. 
The Chi O's are proud to point to such notables among them as <-atherine 

McDonnell Anne Liickett, Rosemary Foresman, Herma Lee Wells, and Joyce 

Elder. 



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irst Row, left to right: Cole, Dearth, Elliott, Harris, Hill; Second Row: Hunter, MeCarty, Myers, 
oebuck, Savage; Third Row: Segrest, Stevens, Watts, Welch, Cribbs; Fourth Row: Edwards, Farm- 
■, Kennedy, Lowry, Manselle; Fifth Row: Marler, McGee, McKee, Morris, Rogers, Temple. 

Zeta Tail Alpha was founded in 1898 at Virginia State Normal School, and 
since that time has expanded to include 80 chapters in the United States and 
Canada. Gamma Zeta was estabhshed at State in April, 1940, and quickly started 
to play an important role in campus activities. Since that time, the lovers of the 
white violet and steel gray and turquoise blue colors have steadily progressed 
in prominence. 

Under the leadership of Sara Stevens, Miss Mississippi State this year, the 
Zetas continually strive to better their Chapter and the College. They proudly 
claim Betty Dearth, Eula Elliot, Joan Lowry, and Patsy Watts as members and 
pledges. 



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CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

Saba Stevens President 

Dorothy Segrest Vice-President 

Betty Dearth Secretary 

Eula Elliot Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Maxine Cole 
Betty Dearth 
Eula Elliot 
Kay Harris 
Lillian Hill 
Earline Hunter 
Sylvia McCarty 



Jessica Myers 

BoYCE Roebuck 

Anna Marjorie Savage 

Dorothy Segrest 

Saba Stevens 

Patsy Watts 

Eleanor Welch 



PLEDGES 



Lenabel Cribbs 
Jo Edwards 
Patsy Ann Farmer 
Dorothy Kennedy 
Joan Lowt^y 
Louise Manselle 



BoBBYE Marler 
Jane McGee 
Carolyn McKee 
ToMMYE Morris 
Rosemary Rogers 
Marjorie Temple 




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SIGMA ALPHA MU 



SIGMA PSI CHAPTER 



OFFICERS 

Warren G. Kleban Prior 

Bennie Cohen Exchequer 

Jerome Rossoff Recorder 



MEMBERS 



Bennie Cohen Marshall Levitt 

Ralph Katz L. J. Roman 

Warren G. Kleban Jerome Rossoff 



PLEDGES 

Morton Sackheim Emanuel Weisenhoff 

Walter Rotchild 





First Row, left to right: Cohen, Levitt, Roman; Second Row: Rossoff, Sackheim, Rotchild, 
Weisenhoff. 

Installed on the Mississippi State campus April 10, 1937, Sigma Psi of Sigma 
Alpha Mu is one of thirty-eight chapters of this international Jewish fraternity. 
AlF "Sammies" are true to purple and white, and they cherish the purple aster 
above all other flowers. 

The "Sammies" are the smallest fraternity in size on the campus, but what 
thev lack in number they make up for with participation in extra-curricula ac- 
tivities atd scholarship. Always in the running for the I^^erfraternity SchoMnp 
Award, they were represented in many campus honoraries and on the btudent 

^'" Outstanding members and pledges were Warren Kleban, Marshall Levitt, 
Louis Roman, and Morton Sackheim. 



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DMICRDN DELTA KAPPA 

Omicron Delta Kappa, national honorary student activities fraternity, was founded at Washington and Lee 
University in 1914, and installed its Alpha Chi Circle here on the campus in May, 1937. Its members are se- 
lected from the junior and senior classes on a quality basis of personal character, scholastic record, prominence 
in student activities, and service rendered to the institution. Membership in Omicron Delta Kappa, a respected 
member of the American Association of College Honor Societies, has become the most coveted honor on the 
Mississippi State campus. Alpha Chi Circle was reactivated this year with the tapping of six new men. 



OFFICERS 

E. H. "Mickey" Walker President, 1st Semester 

A. B. Smith President, 2nd Semester 

Bill Rhett Vice-President 

Jack "Soap" Francis Treasurer 

Dr. J. F. Locke Facultij Secretary 

Ben HiLBUN Facultij Advisor 



MEMBERS 



Harold A. Angelo 
D. B. Floyd 



Jack C. Fbancis 
William Rhett 



Joe F. Sanderson 
A. B. Smith 



E. H. Walker 



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BLUE KEY 



Founded at the University of Florida in 1924, Blue Key, national honor fraternit)', has for its purposes the 
cooperation of the faculty and the Student body in meeting student problems, the stimulation of progress, and 
the promotion of the interest of the college. Outstanding juniors and seniors who have shown quality in char- 
acter, leadership, scholarship, student activities, and service are eligible for membership. 

The local chapter was installed at Mississippi State in 1938, and was reactivated last year. 



OFFICERS, FIRST SEMESTER 

Emmett H. Walker President 

HiLLABD Thorpe Vice-President 

Harold A. Angelo Secretary 



OFFICERS, SECOND SEMESTER 

William Rhett President 

A. B. Smith . Vice-President 

James Kenna Secretary 



G. K. Bryan, Factdty Advisor 
T. T. Brackin 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

D. M. McCain 
J. G. McKee 



H. C. Simrall 
R. C. Weems 



Ben Hilbun 



HONORARY MEMBERS 

H. L. Scales 



I. D. Sessums 



MEMBERS 



D. B. Floyd 
Jack C. Francis 



T. K. Griffis 
James Kenna 
William Rhett 



Joe F. Sanderson 
J. E. Simmons 
A. B. Smith 



HiLLARD Thorpe 
Emmett H. Walker 



First Row, left to right: Angelo, Branscome, Crawford, Floyd; Second Row: Francis, GrifBs, Kenna, Rhett; Third Roiv: Sanderson, 
Simmons, Smith, Thorpe, Walker. 








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Mayhan, McGlanahan; Third Row: Mdlohn, RossofF, Sarthou, Smith, Stafford, Wynn. 

PHI ETA SIGMA 

Phi Eta Sigma is a national honorary scholastic fraternity for freshman students. The scholastic require- 
ments for admission are a 2.5 quality point average for the first or first and second semesters of the freshman 
year. 

It was founded at the University of lUinois by Dean Thomas Arkle Clark, together with Dean Charles M. 
Thompson, and Dean Kendric Charles Babcock, in 1923. 

Phi Eta Sigma is a brotherhood in which men of high ideals find companionship and fellowship. It strives 
to inculcate truth in all relations, honesty in all dealings, courage in the maintenance of principle, charity in 
judging the actions of others, clean thinking, and clean living. 



OFFICERS 

Robert T. Cates President 

James K. DAvrosoN Vice-President 

James E. Griffin Secretary-Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



James E. Bobbitt 
Robert T. Gates 
Grover G. Chappell 
James C. Cherry 
James M. Colson 
James B. Cox 
Francis S. Crampton 
James K. Davidson 



Noll P. Davis 
Leonidas L. Denson, III 
James A. Ellard 
James E. Griffin 
Joseph M. Harvey 
Henry Hester 
Robert L. Hines 
James N. Holland 



Ralph L. Jennings 
Fred P. Jones 
Ernest J. Lansing 
Joseph F. Lemieux 
George D. Lyon 
Leonard O. Mayhan, Jr. 
David S. McGlanahan 
Virgil W. Melohn 



Leonard A. Mobley 
Jerome Rossoff 
Charles Sarthou 
Edwin F. Snuth 
Murray L. Smith, Jr. 
John E. Stafford 
Addison H. Wynn 



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ALPHA ZETA , 

The fraternity of Alpha Zeta, founded at Ohio State University in 1887, is a professional agricultural fra- 
ternity in whose membership shall be combined the qualities of high scholarship, leadership, and excellent char- 
acter. The Mississippi State Chapter, one of forty-five throughout the nation, was installed in 1928. Qualifica- 
tions for membership in the local chapter are: maintenance of a "B" average for three semesters, demonstrated 
leadership ability, and unquestionable character. The colors of Alpha Zeta are mode and sky blue, and the 
flower is the pink carnation. 

OFFICERS 

Russell Landrum Chancellor 

J. D. Branscome Censor 

E. H. Walker Scribe 

J. D. Lancaster Treasurer 

J. C. Robertson Chronicler 

FACULTY ADVISORS 

E. B. Colmer F. S. Batson F. H. Herzer Lantis Ratcliff 



MEMBERS 



B. L. Abnold 
J. D. Branscome 
V. L. Brown 
R. R. Cannada 
O. N. Carmichael 
N. W. Carver 
E. W. Custer 
J. H. Dale 
J. A. Darnell 



C. S. Dbaughn 
J. G. Griffin 
W. E. Hall 
R. O. Hammons 

C. H. James, Jr. 

D. L. Kirk 
Kermit Laird 

J. D. Lancaster 
Russell Landrum 



W. H. Morgan, Jr. 
C. E. Murphy 
E. V. O'Neal 
E. D. Palmer 
J. D. Peterson 
J. C. Powell 
J. C. Robertson 
L. R. Rone 
T. W. Rutherford 



G. W. Scott, Jr. 
A. B. Smith, Jr. 
H. L. Smith 
R. A. Smith 
T. W. Smith 
M. P. Sturdivant 
T. E. Tramel 
E. H. Walker 
S. L. Windham 



First Roiv, left to right: Arnold, Branscome, Brown, Cannada, Carmichael, Carver, Custer; Second Row: Dale, Draughn, GrifBn, 
Hammons, Kirk, Lancaster, Landrum; Third Row: Morgan, O'Neal, Palmer, Peterson, Powell, Robertson, Rone; Fourth Row: Scott, 
A. B. Smith, Jr., R. A. Smith, T. W. Smith, Sturdivant, Tramel. 











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TAU BETA PI 



Tau Beta Pi, national honorary engineering fraternity, installed its Mississippi Alpha Chapter at Mississippi 
State in December 1928. The purpose of this society is to recognize undergraduate students in the School of 
Engineering who confer honor upon their school by achievements in scholarship, or by their attainments as 
alumni. Membership is restricted to juniors and seniors who are applying for an engineering degree. Founded 
at Lehigh University in 1885, the number of chapters in the United States now totals sixty-seven. 

OFFICERS 

Jones D. Woodward President 

Daniel C. Morton Vice-President 

James E. Ross Recording Secretary 

Ralph L. Hicks Corresponding Secretary 



W. L. Brown 
R. C. Carpenter 
R. P. Cochran 
F. S. Edwards 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



A. G. Holmes, Jr. 
P. B. Jacob, Jr. 
D. M. McCain 
J. C. McKee, Jr. 



H. P. Neal 
L. L. Patterson 
E. W. Pettis, Jr. 
C. Scott 



H. C. SiMRALL 

R. T. Staton 

K. WiTHINGTON 



T. J. Abraham 
F. H. Butler 
R. L. Hicks 
U. L. Hearn 



MEMBERS 



S. H. Livingston 
D. C. Morton 
J. F. O'Kelly 
W. Rhett 



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J. E. Ross 
R. Sizemore 
A. L. Smith 
H. C. Smith 



F. Spain 
J. C. White 

H. K. WlLLlFORD 

J. D. Woodward 



CDLDNELS CLUB 



The Colonels Club is an honorary soiihomore service organization of selected or otherwise chosen members. 
They are elected by the fraternities, sororities, or other (jualified groups to serve for two consecutive semesters. 

Shortly after election to the Colonels Club, a day is set aside when all new members wear the traditional 
top-hat, bow-tie, and carry the black walking cane. 

The duties are to serve as official representatives of the college by greeting and accompanying all visitors who 
may come to the campus, as well as serving in any worthwhile activity deemed necessary by the membership, 
the faculty and advisors, or any other activity beneficial to the welfare of the college. 

OFFICERS 

William Hollingsworth President 

Robert W. Jones Vice-President 

Anne Luckett Secretary-T reasurer 

MEMBERS 

James Bailey James E. Cochran Ralph Katz Jerome Rosoff 

R. L. Brown Frank Crampton Lamar Little Walter Savage 

Ida Mae Beer T. A. Dallas Anne Luckett Donald Speed 

Ann Beene Betty Dearth B. T. Lusk W. E. Thrift 

A. J. Bowie , ' Howard Evans William McCann C. L. Waters 

James Brock Bernard Harford Owen S. McCoy Fred Weisinger 

W. E. Byhd Kay Harris Catherine McDowell Leon Young 

Terry Clogston William Hollingsworth Richard McQuire Ted Yount 

Robert W. Jones Frank Oates 

First Row, left to right: Brown, Beer, Bowie, Brock, Byrd, Clogston, Cochran; Second Row: Crampton, Dallas, Dearth, Evans, 
Harris, Hollingsworth, Katz; Third Row: Luckett, Lusk, McCann, McDonnell, McQuire, Rosoff, Savage; Fourth Row: Speed, Thrift, 
Waters, Weisinger, Young, Yoinit. 

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Row: O'Kelly, Rhett, Sandidge, Spain, Rabb. 

KAPPA MU EPSILDN 



The national honorary mathematical society. Kappa Mu Epsilon, is composed of Students who have demon- 
strated superior ability in mathematics through the calculus and beyond. The value of mathematical sciences 
to various fields of endeavor and the cultivation of an appreciation for the importance of mathematics are the 
chief interests of the group, and a strict math program is carried on both inside and outside the classroom. The 
organization has been honorary in the strictest sense, for Students must have a high scholastic average to be 
ehgible for membership. 

OFFICERS 

R. L. Liddell President 

J. L. Coleman Vice-President 

R. L. Hicks Secretary-Treasurer 

FACULTY MEMBERS 



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Faculty Advisor C. R. Stark, Secretary 


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C. R. Pettis 




F. P. Welch 








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S. B. Murray 












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MEMBERS 




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R. E. Fortenberry R. S. McLaurin 


E. S. Rose 


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R. L. Hicks D. C. Morton, Jr. 


T. P. Sandidge 


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Charles W. Hill T. W. Mullen 


E. F. Smith 


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W. J. Jones J. F. O'Kelly, Jr. 


F. K. Spain 


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R. L. Liddell A. K. Rabb, Jr. 
W. N. McKinney William Rhett 


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ALPHA EPSILQN DELTA 



Mississippi Gamma Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta, national honorary Pre-Medical Fraternity, was founded 
on the Mississippi State campus in December, 1938. The purpose of the fraternity is to bring into close contact 
the students who have a common interest in the medical profession, and to bridge the gap between pre-med 
and medicine. At the meetings discussions and addresses on problems of research and recent developments in 
the field are held. Membership is open to all of those pre-med students who have thirty hours or more with at 
least a 2.0 quality point average. 



OFFICERS 

James B. Cox President 

Anna M. Savage Vice-President 

Mary Frances Jones Secretari/ 

Eva E. Blake Treasurer 

David Austin Historian 

Dr. W. J. DoBSON Faculty Advisor 



David Austin, Jr. 
Eve E. Blake 
James B. Cox 
Kathleen Grafton 



MEMBERS 



James Grossnickle 
Thomas Henry Hester 
Mary Frances Jones 



Joseph G. McWilliams 
Doris Newman 
William Thomas Oakes 



William B. O'Kelley 
Anna M. Savage 
Dorothy Segrest 



First Rnic. left to ri^ht: Blake, Cox, Grafton, Crossliicklf; SmniJ Bon-. Jones. Oakes. O'Kellex . Savase, Se-rivst. 





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First Row, left to right: Blake, Cox, Fortune, Jones; Second Row: Keenen, King, Quarterman, White. 

BETA BETA BETA 

Beta Beta Beta, national honorary biological fraternity was founded in 1922 to stimulate and promote inter- 
est in the biological sciences. There are forty-seven chapters located at accredited colleges and universities 
throughout the world. 

Mu Sigma chapter of Tri Beta was chartered at Mississippi State in 1936 and hmits its membership to 
juniors, seniors, and graduate students with a scholastic average of 2.0 or better. 

^ ■ OFFICERS 

Bill Oakes President 

Doyle Smith Vice-President 

Doris Newman Secretary-Treasurer 

Eve Blake Historian • 

FACULTY ADVISOR 

Dr. Clay Lyle 

FACULTY MEMBERS 

Dr. W. J. DoBSON D. R. Richey 

MEMBERS 

Tack Barnett Ihma Fortune Joseph G. McWilliams Dovle Smith 

Eve BiIke Marv Frances Jones C. E. Murphy Rudolph Strong 

lIvern V Brown Walter Earl Keenen Doris Newman Rov Weissinger 

i.AVLHN V. DuuwiN WiTTTAXf T Oakes John James White 

James B. Cox Jimmie King William 1 . uakes .i j 

Charles N. Flake K. D. Laird K. D. Quarterman 



CHI LAMBDA RHD 



Chi Lambda Rho, founded on the Mississippi State Campus in 1929, was reactivated this year. It is a local 
honorary business fraternity, composed of Juniors and Seniors in the school of Business and Industry who main- 
tain a quality point average of not less than two points per semester hour for three consecutive semesters. The 
Candidates must also be considered and passed upon by the active members. 



OFFICERS 

Ben McMillon President 

Thomas K. Griffis Vice-President 

Robert J. Champion Secretary-Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Harold E. Angelo 

M. A. BiGELOW 

Robert H. Cahoon 
Richard E. Cassels 
Robert J. Champion 



Jack O. Crawford 
William F. Dale 
Jack C. Francis 
Thomas K. Griffis 
James L. Harris 



George A. Hensarling 
Clayton R. Leard 
George C. McIngvale 
Ben McMillon 
Phil H. Morson 



Raymond A. Mullins 
Joe Frank Sanderson 
George K. Shank 
Curtis R. Tartt 



First Row, left to right: Angelo, Bigelow, Cahoon, Cassels, Champion; Second Row: Crawford, Dale, Francis, Griffis, Harris; Tiiird 
Row: Hensarling, Leard, Morson, Mullins, Sanderson, Shank. 





First Row, left to right: Francis, Griffis, McCollum, Sacheim; Second Row: Stexeiis, Augelo, Shanks, Harris, Harmon. 

DMICRDN THETA 

Omicron Theta the local honorary journalism fraternity, founded on May 20, 1929 for the purpose of 
recognizing students who show outstanding ability while working on the editorial staff of a campus pubhcation. 
The purpose of the fraternity is to promote and encourage interest in journaUsm. Quahfications for member- 
ship include one years work on the staff of a student publication and a one point two-five scholastic average. 

Pi Delta Epsilon, national honorary journaUsm fraternity has been petitioned by the local group for a 
charter. . . 



OFFICERS 

Harold Angelo President 

Sara Stevens Vice-President 

Patsy Watts Secretary-Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Bobby Brown 
Charles Crawford 
Jack Francis 
Pete Griffis 



Owens McCollum 
Morton Sacheim 
Marion Simmons 
Sara Stevens 



Charlene Todd 
Patsy Watts 
Bobby Griffin 
Kent Lancaster 



Bill Hollingsworth 
Harold Angelo 
Jack Shanks 
Bobby Harris 



Steve Rex Harmon 



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ALPHA TAU ALPHA 

Alpha Tau Alpha, national honorary fraternity of agricultural education, was founded at the University of 
Illinois, April 30, 1915. The purpose of this organization is to develop a professional spirit in teaching agricul- 
ture, and the training of teachers so they may assume leadership of communities. 

OFFICERS 

E. V. O'Neal President 

C. H. James Vice-President 

L. G. Massengill Secretary 

J. T. Carter Treasurer 

FACULTY ADVISORS 

V. G. Martin O. L. Snowden 

N. E. Wilson J. F. Scoggin 

D. W. Skelton 

MEMBERS 

E. N. Bishop J. T. Davis J. O. Hill E. V. O'Neal 

J. R. Bounds J. Easley C. H. James G. H. Robertson 

J. R. Bryson W. E. Ethridge L. G. Massengill J. B. Smith 

W. N. BuLLARD J. H. George J. E. McCarty W. N. Stephenson 

O. N. Carmichael G. W. Gilliam R. E. McDonald V. I. Sturdivant 

J. T. Carter A. W. Glisson E. C. McLaurin 

C. G. Clark Hedgepath O. H. Neal 

First Row, left to right: Bishop, Bounds, Bryson, Bullard, Carmichael, Carter; Second Row: Clark, Davis, Easley, Ethridge, George, 
Gilliam; Third Roiv: Glisson, Hedgepath, Hill, James, Massengill, McCarty ; Fourth Row: McDonald, McLaurin, Neal' O'Neal,' 
Robertson, Stephenson, Sturdivant. 

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THE ACCOUNTING CLUB 

The Accounting Club was organized this year under the direction of Mr. W. W. Littlejohn Junior and 
Senior accounting majors are ehgible for membership, and the members endeavor to provide ^^^^-tj b^;--^; 
accounting students and the business and professions, to aid graduates m securmg positions m then chosen 
field to bring to the campus outstanding professional and industrial accountants and busmess leaders foi con- 
ferences, interviews, and addresses, to encourage students to take greater interest and pride m the field of 
accounting, and to encourage research in accounting. 

OFFICERS 

Robert Champion President 

A D. Kelly Vice-President 

Cecile King Secretary 

William C. McCarley Treasurer 

W. W. Littlejohn Facultij Advisor 



MEMBERS 



Harold A. Angelo 
Robert Bowie 
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Robert Cahoon 
R. E. Cassels 
Robert Champion 
M. T. Clark 
Fred Comfort 
w. c. corban 
John Craft 



W. F. Dale 
John P. Davis 
M. F. Duncan 
EuLA Elliot 
T. K. Griffis 
George Hensarling 
Frank Jackson 
A. D. Kelly 
Cecile King 
William Knobles 



Francine Long 
Raymond A. Mullins 
William C. McCarley 
George McIngvale 
C. E. McMullan 
W. R. Nettles 
John S. Roan 
Walter Rotchild 
J. A. Rube 
Joe F. Sanderson 



Richard A. Smallwood 
Lynn P. Smith 
Guy a. Story 
Curtis Tartt 
E. W. Taylor 
E. O. Templeton, Jr. 
James T. Thompson 
Walter Thrash 
John Watkins 
Howard White 



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THE A.S.A.E. 



The A.S.A.E. was organized in 1926 with the dnal purpose of molding character and training Agricultural 
Engineers for leading positions in that field. This year interesting speakers were heard at the member's bi- 
monthly meetings, and individual participation of students in the programs was stressed. 



OFFICERS 

E. D. Palmer President 

E. A. KiMBBouGH Vice-President 

J. H. Kenna Secretary-Treasurer 

R. T. Benton Reporter 

W. C. Howell and F. E. Edwabds Advisors 







MEMBERS 




J. F. Atkinson 


J. C. Griffin 


E. A. KiMBROUGH 


E. D. Palmer 


W. D. Bailey 


T. C. Grower 


J. H. Kenna 


J. D. Peterson 


R. T. Benton 


C. D. Hamer 


W. T. LusK 


R. A. Smith 


J. R. Blount 


G. K. Hamer 


W. G. McGain 


M. P. Sturdivant 


G. S. Cole 


R. K. Hardage 


J. E. MizE 


G. B. Welch 


J. C. DOAN 


H. H. Hill 


F. H. Odom 
H. M. Wright 


J. G. White 



First Row, left to right: Atkinson, Bailey, Benton, Blount, Gole; Second Row: Griffin, Hamer, Hardage, Hill, Kimbrough; Third 
Roiv: Kenna, Lusk, Palmer, Peterson, Smith, Sturdivant. 




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THE AGRDNDMY CLUB 



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The Agronomy Club, having been inactive since 1942, was reactivated in September of the Fall Semester 
with the aid of Dr. C. D. Hover, Head of the Agronomy Department, and other members of the Department. 
Its purpose is to stimulate interest and broaden the scope of Agronomy Majors by holding forums and havmg 
guest speakers. 

Its membership includes upperclass Agronomy students and lower classmen who plan to major in Agron- 
omy, as regular members, and graduate students as associate members. 



OFFICERS 

R. O. Hammons President 

W M. Beasley Vice-President 

B L. Arnold Secretary-Treasurer 

C. L. Sarthon Recorder-Reporter 







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R. O. Hammons 


H. C. Lane 


C. L. Sarthon 


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S. A. Hollingsworth 


B. C. Lundy 


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H. K. Hunter 


W. K. Porter 


A. B. Smith, Jr 


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B. C. Hurt 


J. C. Powell 


E. B. Watkins 


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J. D. Lancaster 


\V. E. Powell 


A. Pi. Winn 



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THE A.S.M.E, 



The Student branch of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers was founded in 1928 through the 
efforts of Prof. R. C. Carpenter and Prof. O. D. M. Varnado who became the organization's first honorary 
chairman and honorary secretary, respectively. This organization was in reality an affiliation of the mechanical 
engineering student members of the then active Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College Engineers 
Club. This was the first student group to become connected with a national professional society and this move 
was followed by the eventual inactivation of the "old engineers club" and its members becoming affiliated with 
the various national engineering societies. 

The objects of the local student branch of A.S.M.E. are in accordance with those set up by the parent or- 
ganization. These objects are: (1) to broaden the student's acquaintance with the practical side of Mechani- 
cal Engineering, (2) To keep each student member informed about engineering progress by making available 
to him the publications of the society, (3) to develop the student's initative and ability to speak in public, and 
to familiarize him with the parliamentary procedure and organization of learned societies, and (4) to enable 
the student to establish fraternal contact with his fellow students in engineering, both at his Alma Mater and 
at other colleges, and to meet graduate engineers engaged in the active practice of mechanical engineering. 

The local branch became inactive in 1942 because of insufficient membership. The reorganization during 
the spring semester of 1946 was a result of the efforts of the returning veteran members and the recently retired 
honorary Chairman, Prof. H. P. Nea!. 

OFFICERS 

B. T. Staten, Jr Hon. Chairman 

J. O. Stephens Student Chairman 

]. F. O'Kelly Vice-Chairman 

C. D. Moore Secretary 

J. W. Gardner Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Calvin B. Behr C. A. Forman T. G. Gladney J. N. James J. F. O'Kelly L. E. Shaw 

Don F. Burson R. G. Freeman C. J. Haley J. H. Hoyle H. V. Pierce Don E. Short 

W. C. Clements J. F. Furman W. C. Kleban W. M. McHugh A. K. Rabb A. R. Smith 

James L. Coleman J. W. Gardner O. S. McCoy F. S. Manning, Jr. G. B. Ramsey J. C. Stephens 

R. E. Cook A. C. Gardner G. C. McCully Carl E. Matthes R. N. Rogers E. K. Strahan 

L. P. CuLLEN E. C. Geer Glenn Haynes E. B. Miles G. J. Saab F. T. Wapley 

C. L. Denson C. W. Gober W. B. Herrington C. D. Moore J. J. Shannon H. E. Wardlow 

W. W. WiLBURN F. A. Wise 

First Row, left to right: Burson, Clements, Coleman, Cook, Ciillen, Furman; Second Row: J. W. Gardner, A. C. Gardner; Geer, 
Haley, Hoyle, James; Third Ron : K'chan, MeCull>', Manning, Mojre, Pierce; Fourth Hotr: Ralih, Rainscx , Hogrrs, Stralian. \\'illiurn. 

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First Row left to noht: Abraham, Bucci, Bullni, Causey, Coughlin. Dempsey, Foil, Fortenberry; Second Row: Hearon Hill, 
Hooper, James, Johnson, Lee, Luckett, Malvaney; Third Row: McDonald, McKitrick, Mosely, Parson, Pevey, Phillips, Pratt, Rodgers; 
Fourth Row: Simon, Sneed, Solomon, Smith, Steen, Scott, Smith, Williams, Woodward. 



THE A.S.C.E. 



The American Society of Civil Engineers has for its purpose the advancement of the science of engineering 
in it's several branches, the improvement of members, the encouragement of intercourse between men of practi- 
cal science and the establishment of a central point of reference and union for its members. The national 
organization was founded in 1852 and the local chapter was organized here in 1936, and reactivated m the 
spring of 1946 after a period of dormancy during the war. 

OFFICERS 

J- deG. Woodward President 

H. H. Hudson Vice-President 

W. L. Meux Treasurer 

R. A. Scott Secretary 

FACULTY ADVISORS 

D. M. McCain Faculty Advisor 



T. J. Abraham 

C. J. Antley 

L. N. Bartield 

D. R. Bucci 

D. B. BULLEN 

CM. Castejon 
J. W. Causey 

B. J. COGGINT 

J. E. Conn 
D. W. Coughlin 
J. M. Dempsey 
R. B. Foil 



J. C. Fortenberry 
J. B. Gregory 

B. B. Hedleston 
T. E. Hearon 

C. W. Hill 

C. W. Hildebrand 
E. Hooper 

E. R. Howell 
H. H. Hudson 
J. H. James 
G. W. Johnson 

D. W. Johnson 



MEMRERS 

J. H. Klyce 
J. C. Lee 
W. J. Luckett 
E. L. Malvaney 
W. K. McBeath 
C. C. McDonald 
W. N. McDonald 
R. C. McKiTHicK 
H. N. Mosely 
H. P. Noland 
J. O. Norton 
M. B. Oldham 



A. E. Parson 
M. L. Pevey 
N. H. Phillips 
E. B. Pratt 
M. T. Reed, Jr. 
J. W. Roach 
O. V. Rodgers 
G. S. Roche 
Phillip Senour 
Phillip Simon 
J. D. Sistrunk 
H. E. Sneed 



R. W. Solomon 
G. B. Smith 
J. B. Steen 
R. A. Scott 

A. L. SlVHTH 

R. L. Stroud 
W. H. Walben 
Harris Walker 
H. L. Wallace 
J. B. Williams 
M. L. Williams 
J. deG. Woodward 



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AG. EC. CLUB 

Organized for the purpose of providing a connecting link between the students of the college majoring in 
the Economics of Agriculture and the outside profession of Agricultural Economics, the Ag. Economics Club 
is one of the most important organizations on the Campus. 

The club under the leadership of capable officers and a faculty advisor, has as its primary purpose the 
presentation of opportunity in the social and economic fields to students willing to apply themselves to the study 
of problems in these fields. As farming becomes more commercial and as the farmers welfare and living 
standard is increasingly becoming to be a concern of government, the farmer finds himself in a complicated 
agricultural society. It is a primary function of Agricultural Economics to aid him in solving these problems. 

OFFICERS 

Clifton D. Hunter President 

Thomas Edward Tramel Vice-President 

Travis Menton King Secretary 

Robert Lee Davis, Jr Treasurer 

Joseph G. Thomas, Jr Chairman, Program Committee 

FACULTY ADVISORS 

Jimmy Hillman Advisor 

MEMHERS 

Lawrence Melvin Minor Johnie Kenneth Jordan James Oscar McMurtray John William Chatham 

Emmett Hudson Walker Leonard Augustine Mobley Carl Milton Pogue Charles Burt Darden 

Tracy Lawrence Arinder Talmadge Rayborn David Camp Stanford Hugh Rigby Eggerton 

Hamlet Webb Barnes George Hester Thornton Grover Cleveland Chappel Tolly William Smith 

First Row, left to right: Minor, Jordan, Mobley, Thornton, McMurtray; Second Row: Stanford, Chappel, Chatham, Eggerton, Smith. 




AGRICULTURAL 



The Agricultural Club is composed entirely of students in the School of Agriculture, and its meetings 
consist of a group from all agriculturally related clubs on the campus. Special attention is given to freshmen 
and sophomores who are not members of any other organization. The purpose is to give agriculture students 
training in public expression through practice in various group meetings, and by preparation of articles for agri- 
cultural publications. 






OFFICERS 

J. D. Bbanscome President 

J. C. Robertson Vice-President 

R. E. Landrum Secretary 

N. S. Davis Treasurer 



First Row, left to right: Baker, Barksdale, Blount, Brown, Buchanan, Burnett, Chappell, Cox, , 
Lancaster, Minor, McNamara, Orr, Palmer; Third Row: Patterson, Price, Rone, Sanders, Scott, 




CLUB 




MEMBERS 



H. H. Alford 
W. E. Andrews, Jr. 
B. L. Arnold 
Bryan Baker 

B. C. Bahksdale 
J. W. Beckett 

C. L. Blount 
O. H. Brown 
T. J. Buchanan 
J. E. Burnett 
N. W. Carnes 
G. W. Carter . 
J. S. Castles 

G. C. Chappell 
J. H. Chatham 
J. W. Chatham 
George G. Cox 



Ben Conger 

E. E. Crawford 

N. S. Davis 

J. H. Dale 

Noll P. Davis 

J. H. Doddridge 

Charles B. Duke, Jr. 

C. S. Draughn 

D. D. Ferguson 
H. W. Fornea 
Clint H. Graves 

C. D. Hamer 

D. L. HOLBROOK 

E. A. HoLLiNGS worth 
Tom H. Howell 

H. K. Hunter 



Carl J. Izard 

M. L. LUNCEFORD 

J. D. Lancaster 
J. N. Martin 
W. L. Meredith 
Lawrence Minor 
G. W. McClendon 

D. P. McGowan 
Homer C. McNamara 
Stewart P. Orr 

E. D. Palmer 
T. B. Patterson 
L. H. Price 

L. G. Rone 
L. R. Rone 
T. E. Rone 



J. M. Sanders 
G. W. Scott 
J. P. Sinclair 

A. B. Smith, Jr. 
L. B. Smith 

E. H. SUTTLE 

J. F. Sutton 
T. J. Tadlock 
H. L. Thomas 
O. L. Turner 
E. D. Weisenhoff 

B. E. Wesson 
Charles Wilkinson 
J. G. Wise 

W. E. Wofford 
A. H. Wynn 



Conger, Dale, Davis; Second Row: Duke, Drauglin, Ferguson, Fornee, Howell, Lunceford, 
Sinclair, A. B. Smith, Jr., L. B. Smith, Suttle, Sutton, Tadlock, Wilkinson. 




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Virst Row, left to right: Allen, Animons, Auter, Baxter, Bennett, Bogan, Brandon, D. B. Brown, 
Hicks, Hill, Hamison, Johnston, Lawshee, Livingston, Maxcy, Mitchell, Nason; Third Row: 



AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF 

The membership of the Mississippi State College branch of A.I.E.E. consists of Seniors, Juniors and Second 
Semester Sophomores majoring in Electrical Engineering. This chapter was organized and granted a Charter 
in 1925 The purposes of the student organization are to keep the student engineers abreast of new develop- 
ments in the field of electrical engineering, to develop the individual engineer, and thus to mauitam the high 
professional standing among the senior members of A.I.E.E. 

OFFICERS 

J. W. HoLLOMAN President 

James E. Ross Vice-President 

Samuel C. Ammons Secretary-Treasurer 

FACULTY MEMBERS 

William L. Brown L. L. Patterson 

Paul B. Jacobs Harry C. Simrall 

J. C. McKee Robert Smith 



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Julian Brown, Browning, Canon, Comfort, Cotton; Second Row: Daniel, Graves, Griffin, Hearn, 
Patrick, Phillips, Rose, Ross, Sneed, Spain, Stewart, Stigler, Sylvester, Torres, White, Wilson. 



ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS 



MEMBERS 



Frank W. Ainsworth, Jr. 
James M. Allen 
Samuel C. Ammons 
Douglas R. Anderson 
Henry F. Auter 
Allen R. Baxter 
Joe D. Bennett 

W. N. BOGAN 

C. N. Brandon 
Anthony Bhocate 
David B. Brown 
Julian Brown 
J. W. Browning 
Jessie Lee Canon 
James M. Carson, Jr. 



David M. Comfort 
F. E. Cotton, Jr. 
S. B. Cowan 
Gerald H. Daniel 
James K. Davidson 
W. T. Fergson 
Jewell G. Foster 
Albert H. Gallaher 
Joseph N. Graves 
James E. Griffin 
Robert P. Griffin 
Caddis G. Hall 
Aluse L. Hearn 
Ralph Hicks 



O'Ferrel C. Hill 
Joseph W. Holloman 
Claude W. Hudson 
R. M. Jamison 
R. L. Johnston 
Hollis W. Laird 
Charles A. Lawshee, Jr. 
Samuel H. Livingston, Jr. 
Paul Martin 
Thomas R. Maxcy 
Cecil M. Mitchell 
James A. Matt 
William L. Mason 
W. L. Patrick, Jr. 



Jack Phillips 
Robert B. Rose 
James E. Ross 
J. Paul Schuman 
C. L. Shumate 
F. H. Sneed 
Frank K. Spain 
Edwin F. Stewart 
Henry W. Stigler, Jr. 
James H. Sylvester, Jr. 
Charles C. Tomlinson 
GiLBERTO Y. Torres 
Jack White 
Clifton H. Wilson, Jr. 



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First Row, left to right: Anderson, Beckwith, Brown, Bryan, Buchanan, Burnett, Clifton, Crumby; Second Row: Dallas, Deen, Dick- 
erson, Dowdle, Edwards, Eirland, Garrard, Gobold; Third Roiv: Hardin, Hill, Humphries, Jenkins, Jones, Killebrew, Lamberth, 
Loftin; Fourth Roiv: Long, Martin, McDonald, McGowan, Mcintosh, Orr, Rone, Smith, Trotter, 



AGRICULTURAL ADMINISTRATION CLUB 

The Agricultural Administration Club was founded in April, 1929, and is composed of students above the 
freshman level interested in the administrative functions of agriculture. Believing that the real usefulness of 
Agricultural Administration Hes in teaching people to apply the fundamentals of the agricultural sciences, the 
group strives to promote leadership and the co-operative spirit among its members. 



OFFICERS 

D. P. McGowAN President 

B. J. Humphries Vice-President 

W. E. Andrews, Jr Secretary 

C. C. Edwards Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



J. T. Andekson 
W. E. Andrews, Jr. 
Raymond Beckwith 
O. L. Blakley 
J. E. Brown 
D. R. Bryan 
T. J. Buchannan 
R. C. Burke 
J. E. Burnett 
W. O. Butler 
W. C. Chisholm 
J. T. Clifton 
G. F. Crumby 
A. D. Dallas 
W. T. Deen 

Barnes 



W. L. Dickerson 
J. L. Dowdle 
R. Dowdle 
C. S. Draughns 
C. C. Edwards 

A. P. Eirland 
H. I. Ellezey 
P. R. Feriss 
Warren Garrard, Jr. 
c. b. godbold 

W. E. Hall 
C. A. Hardin 
J. A. Harvoue 
L. M. Hill 

B. J. Humphries 

Whitt J. R. Williams 



L. B. Jenkins 
I. T. Jones 
J. A. Killebrew 
M. D. Lamberth 
Earl Loftin 
Julius Long 
M. L. Lunceford 
Otis K. Magee 
E. B. Martin 
Mar\tn Murihead 
E. K. Myrick 
G. D. McDonald 
D. P. McGowAN 
J. M. McCowan 
R. L McIntosh 

G. N, 



Stuart P. Orr 

L. R. Rone 

T. E. Rone 

T. H. Scarbrough 

C. T. Shotts 
H. P. Smith 
L. H. Smith 
R. H. Swanzy 
J. H. Thomas 
W. T. Thompson 

D. T. Triggs, Jr. 
W. C. Trotter 
R. Truesdale 
W. B. Webb 

R. T. Welburn 
Woodward 



BLDCK 8, BRIDLE CLUB 



The Block and Bridle Club is composed of members of the School of Agriculture, who are majoring in 
Animal Husbandry. The chief object of the club is the promotion of the livestock industry and the education 
of its members to a higher and better class of livestock for Mississippi. 

OFFICERS 

J. D. Branscome President 

T. B. Patterson Vice-President 

N. S. Davis Secretary 

C. B. Duke, Jr Treasurer 

B. C. Barksdale Reporter 





MEMBERS 




Bryan Baker 
B. C. Barksdale 
Clarence H. Bell 
J. D. Branscome 
Billy Carter 


C. B. Duke, Jr. 
Bradford Freeman 
Samuel H. Geiger 
Bobby Gordon 
Sam Hailey 




Carl J. Izard 
John M. Lee 
O. K. Magee 
James Martin 
G. W. McClendon 


James C. Robertson 
G. A. Robinson 
George Shepherd 
John P. Sinclair 
B. B. Smith 


George Carter 
Ben Conger 
Edwin Crawford 
Shelby Davis 
J. A. Darnell 


R. Y. Hammond 
D. L. Halbrook 
L. M. Hicks 
Harold Hillebert 
Franklin Hughes 




Homer C. McNamara 
H. C. Moody, Jr. 
T. B. Patterson 
Cecil Payne 
L. H. Price 


Jack B. Smith 
P. J. Spears 
R. L. Stevens 
Leroy Thomas 
J. O. Warren 




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First Row, left to right: Baker, Barksdale, Branscome, Carter, Conger, Crawford, Davis; Secotul Row: Darnell, Duke, Geiger, Gordon 
Hailey, Hammond, Hicks; Third Row: Hillebert, Izzard, Lee, Magee, Martin, McNamara, Patterson- Fourth Row: Price,' Sinclair' 
Spears, Stevens, Warren, Wofford. ' ' 






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Third Roiv: Miles, Ratliff, Rone, Smith, Templeton, Weeks. 



DAIRY CLUB 



To allow members to keep up with cm-rent events in Dairy field through guest speakers and to create an 
interest in Dairying among the other students of State College. 

OFFICERS 

E. W. Custer President 

Lavern Brown . Vice-President and Head of Program Committee 

- S.F.Cook Secretary 

R. L. DowNiE Treasurer 

H T Bassett Program Committee 

George W. Scott, Jr Program Committee 

B. R. Stewart Reporter 



FACULTY ADVISORS 



F. H. Herzer 
W. G. Cowsert 



L. L. Ratcliff 
C. J- Honer 



R. A. Ward 



MEMBERS 



Chables M. Betterton 
M. R. Brown 
J. E. Buckley 
Travis Cartwright 
J. S. Castles 
J. H. Chatham 

C. K. DiLWORTH 

J. W. Dollar 



J. H. McCreight 
M. B. Miles 
G. W. Harrison 
F. L. Jordon 
J. E. Knox 
Henry Lowe 

E. R. LOYDD 

J. H. McCoRD 



W. D. Ratliff 
W. D. Ratliff 
Lantis Ratliff 
R. L. Robinson 
L. G. Rone 
L. T. Simpson 
H. S. Smith 
L. B. Smith 



W. S. Stanton 

J. D. Sparks 

L. O. Templeton 

M. E. Weeks 

D. D. Williams 

G. A. Worthington 

W. L. York 



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HORTICULTURE CLUB 



The Horticulture Club is composed of students who wish to gain further knowledge in their chosen field 
than is oftered in the classwork. The faculty staff of the Horticulture department also attend the meetings. 
The Club meets twice monthly with various Horticultural specialists as guest speakers. Throughout the year 
the club has entertained with several social functions for its members and guests. 



OFFICERS 

John H. Dale President 

Julian Hamilton Vice-President 

Jessica Myers Secretary-Treasurer 

H. Michael Habeeb, H Reporter 

Mr. W. S. Anderson Faculty Advisor 



FACULTY ADVISORS 



F. S. Batson 
J. L. Bowers 
Walter Davis 



F. B. DUGGAN 
J. P. OVERCASH 

C. H. Ragland 



Howard Adams 
Thomas H. Bailey 
Cecil Chemblee 
W. S. Coleman 



MEMBERS 



John H. Dale Julian W. Hamilton 

Mrs. Iris Dickson William F. Holloman 

H. Michael Habeeb, II Newton E. Love, Jr. 

Denson O. Hamilton Edward Meena 

Steve Windham 



Jessica Myers 
John Norsworthy 
James M. Pou 
Leon Stand'fer 



First Roto, left to right: Bailey, Chamblee, Dale, Habeeb; Second Row: Hamilton, Love, Myers, Norsworthy, Windham. 




FUTURE FARMERS DF AMERICA 



The national order of Future Farmers of America was founded in Virginia in 1928. The local charter was 
granted July 1, 1934. Membership is limited to juniors and seniors pursuing a degree in vocational agriculture. 

The purpose of this organization is to promote the training of vocational agriculture, whereby graduates may 
assume the responsibility of advisors to high school chapters. Weekly meetings have featured speciahst in agri- 
cultural fields as well as individual members. 



OFFICERS 

James O. Hill President 

Travis E. Land Vice-President 

Curtis H. James, Jr Treasurer 

Belton E. Berry Secretary 

Lee R. Sheffield Sentinal 

Professor N. E. Wilson Chapter Advisor 



MEMBERS 



J. R. Bailey 

A. D. Barnett 

B. E. Berry 
E. N. Bishop 
w. a. bullabd 
Victor Broom 
J. R. Bryson 

J. R. Bounds 

O. N. Carmichael 

C. G. Clark 

W. D. Cliffton 
ToHN D. Easley, Jr. 



D. B. Ellis 

W. E. Ethridge 

R. E. Fortenberby 

John H. George 

G. W. Gilliam 

A. W. Glison 

D. W. Gunnel 

S. M. Gunnel 

W. E. Harris 

H. B. Hedgepeth 

James K. V. Hillman 

James O. Hill 

C. H. James, Jr. 



T. E. Land 
Ross E. McDonald 
A. C. McKnight 
E. C. McLaurin 
J. G. McGarty 
O. W. McDade 
L. G. Massingill 

L. H. MlLLi^R 

O. H. Neal 
R. H. Owen 
G. W. Parker 
W. G. Phillips 
J. B. Pickette 



U. G. Pryor 

G. H. Robertson 

J. P. Ross 

L. R. Sheffield 

Grover Smith 

W. N. Stephenson 

J. R. Stevenson 

V. I. Sturdivant 

T. D. White 

T. F. Wilder 

J. B. Wilson 

D. F. Young 



F,Vsf Rmo left to riahf Bailey Barnett, Bishop, Bullard, Broom; Second Row: Bryson, Garmichael, Glark, Easley, Ethridge TAurd 
Wilson, Young. 



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MARDDN BAND 



The Maroon Concert Band was first organized in 1904 by fonr students, with WiUiam W. Routten as the first 
director "The Famous Maroon Band", as it is commonly referred to, presents a comprehensive repertiore of 
various styles with balanced instrumentation comparable to that of any leading concert band. Traditional 
Sunday afternoon concerts, given throughout the Spring on the President's lawn, are a source of enjoyment for 
students, faculty, and townspeople alike. 

This year the Maroon Band held a prominent spot throughout football season, the proceedings at com- 
mencements, and other varied programs during the year. 



OFFICERS 



Henry E. Wamsley Director 

D. W. Barton Assistant Director 

Jack O. Crawford Assistant Student Director 

Robert W. Jones President 

PaulA. Antoon Vice-President 

Albert Reid Smith Secretary-Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



W/LLiAM W. Adams 
Paul A. Antoon 
D. B. Aycock, Jr. 
Chakles S. Barum 
Thomas M. Box 
William A. Box 
Roy a. Brinkley, Jr. 
George N. Bristow 
B. B. Brokaw 
William E. Byrd 
Ben T. Carrubba 
j. v. corbin 
Jack O. Crawford 
Wallace Crook 
Vincent A. Daurro 
James K. Davidom 

Olivia Dollar 

David H. Epperson 

Allen F. Estes 

Alva R. Estes 

David L. Foresman 

Edward Gilbert Foresman 

Jesse H. Gill 



Pete E. Graham 
Willard E. Harding 
William W. Harding 
James T. Hemphill 
Richard L. Hinton 
Harry G. Hively 
William S. Hobson 
Jamie G. Houston 
James H. Hoyle 
Robert W. James 
Dan C. Jordan 

Robert W. Jones 

Ray J. Keel 

Charles W. Kerr 

John A. Killebrew 

Sidney L. Lane 

Charles A. Lawshe, Jr. 

Marshall I. Leavitt 

William D. Logan, Jr. 

Joan Lowry 

BOBBYE J. MARLES 

Granville M. Martin, Jr. 
William J. Martin 



Edra L. Maxcey, Jr. 
William A. McCard 
William N. McDonald 
Clifton D. McLeod 
Virgil W. Melohn 
Louis E. Merrill 
J. R. Mitchell 
ToMMYE L. Morris 
Otis S. Murff, Jb. 
Doris Newman 

WiLBERT C. NoRMAND 

Perry H. Norwood 
George F. OaKes, Jr. 
Joseph F. O'Kelly 
Mason B. Oldham, Jr. 
Archie R. Parker 
Hubert Q. Pray 
Marion F. Pruitt 
Sammye K. Russell 
John K. Rhyne 
Corbett K. Saucier 
Marcus F. Shanteau 
Albert Reid Smith 



Howard R. Spalding 
William F. Sparks 
R. J. Spinks 

P. W. SUDDUTH 

J. H. Sylvester 
J. C. Taylor 
C. H. TejvIpleton 
E. O. Templeton, Jr. 
G. B. Thomas 
J. G. Thomas 
W. C. Thomas, Jr. 
H. E. Wamsley, Jr. 
L. C. Waters 
G. S. Watrous 
Herma Lee Wells 
Edward N. Wheeler 
Billy Scott White 
Forrest W. Wiley 
J. L. Wilson, Jr. 
Earl S. Wertz 
Wilbur H. Woleben 
O. B. Wooley 



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First Row, left to right: Adams, Antoon, Aycock, Box, Biinkley, Bristow, Biokaw, BmcI, Canubba, Crawford; Second Row: Crook 
Daurro, Davison, DoHar, A. F. Estes, A. R. Estes, D. L. Foresman, E. G. Foresman, Graham, Hardins;; Third Row: Hemphill, Ilinton. 
Hively, Houston, Hoyle, Jordan, Jones, Keel, Kerr, Killebrew; Fourth Row: Lane, Lavvshe, Logan, Lowr\', Marlew F. M Martin Jr 
W. J. Martin, Maxeey, McDonald, Melohn; Fiftli Row: Mitchell, Morris, Murff, Normand, Norwood, Oakes, O'KelK , Parker, Pra\-, 
Iruitt; Sixth Row: Russell, Shanteau, Smith, Spalding, Sparks, Spinks, Sudduth, S\lvester, Templeton, G. B. Thomas- Seventh Row: 
J. O. Thomas, Watrous, Wells, Wheeler, White, Wiley, Wilson, Wertz, Woleben, Wooley. 



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First Roti) left to risht- Aderholt, Applewhite, Branch, Burdine, Carnes, Causey, Bearing, Farmer, Gibbes; Second Row: Gray, 
SLv HarkstoV S-mtrHea on Hinton, Hodg^ Hendrick; Third Row: Johnson' JofJPh'Kropp, Labens, 

SftinMcGee Morris, Nash, Orr; Fourth Row: Owen, Potts, Robinson, Rogers, Russell, Scott, Shaw, Shields; F^fth Row: Speir, 
Steadman, Templeton, Thomason, Thompson, Thurmond, Treas, Wynn. 



GLEE CLUB 



Since Captain T. M. Cornell organized the Glee Club in 1926, it has expanded and become more popular 
each year Composed of both men and women, the Glee Club made numerous appearances on the campus this 
year and their Christmas Concert and Spring Festival were two of the most enjoyable presentations of the term. 

OFFICERS 

Charles W. Whitworth Director 

Edward Ferguson Accompanist 

Eldon Hearon President 

Mary Harleston Vice-President 

Ollie Johnson Secretary 

Katherine Loftin Librarian 

Elford Nash Librarian 

George Hendrick Business Manager 



MEMBERS 



R. L. Aderholdt 
Joe Applewhite 
Nelson Barfield 
Steve Blair 
Sidney Branch 
Billy H. Burdine 
C. M. Carnes 
Benedict Carrubba 
J. W. Causey 
Florence Chefee 
Bennie Channell 
Willie Mae Deahing 
Patsy Anne Farmer 



Eaflton Gibbes 

Ruth Gray 

Jean Harkey 

Mary Conn Harleston 

Eldon Hearon 

Albert R. Hegman 

George Hendrick 

Dick Hinton 

Dale Hodges 

Mary Hollingsworth 

Betty Johnson 

F. L. Johnson 

Kathleen Joseph 



Ann Kropp 
Selma Faith Labens 
Katherine Loftin 
Jane Allen McGee 
William M. Mingee 
ToMMYE Morris 
Elford Nash 
Stuart Orr 
Bettye Owen 
Bill Price 
Jo Potts 

Frances Robinson 
Rosemary Rogers 



Sammye K. Russell 
George W. Scott 
E. M. Shaw 
Edwin Shields 
Henry Speih 
Floyce Steadman 
E. O. Templeton, 
Henry Thomason 
Robert Thompson 
A. J. Thurmond 
Charles Treas, Jr. 
Dan Watson 
A. H. Wynn 



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The purpose of State's Players is to bring to the campus community the traditional theater. With this in mind 
their first production since Pearl Harbor was THE IMPOI^TANCE OF BEING ERNEST. Next, by way of 
contrast, the Players gave THE MILKY WAY, a Broadway farce of recent years, and after that CLAUDIA. 
Moreover, students are encouraged to write one-act plays which are presented in workshop. The Players 
function under the aegis of the Department of English. 

Affiliated with the largest Greek Letter dramatics organization in the country, the local Thespians bear the 
name of Eta Pi in Alpha Psi Omega. Membership in this organization is reserved as the highest dramatic honor 
that can be bestowed upon a student at Mississippi State College. 



OFFICERS 

Tom Walker President 

Peggy Junk Vice-President 

Sarah Ratliff Secretary 

Ernest Hale Business Manager 

George Hampton General Technical Director 

William B. S. Wilburn Director of Dramatics 



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First Row, left to right: Antoon, Blake, Buescher, Cassino, Cough lin, Crowe; Second Row: Crozier, Currubba, Dauro, DeNicola, 
Duncan, Hayes; Third Row: Hogan, Humphries, Joseph, LeMie ux, Luckett, McGraw; Fourth Row: Miller, Normand, Shannon, 
Sizemore, Thomas. 

THE NEWMAN CLUB 

The Newman Club with its threefold aims, Rehgious, Educational, and Social, is an organization of Catholic 
Fellowship. There are five hundred Newman Clubs in the United States and Canada, ours having been es- 
tabhshed in the spring of 1941. During the war years when the enrollment greatly declined the Club went 
through a period of being almost completely inactive. Last fall under the guidance of Father Maurice Mc- 
Grath and its new Chaplain, Father Martin, the Club was able to reorganize itself and looks forward hopefully 
for an active future. 

- OFFICERS 

John J. Humphreys President 

Nicholas Cassino Vice-President 

Kathleen Joseph Recording Secretary 

Juliette Thomas Corresponding, Secretary 

Eve Elliott Blake Treasurer 

Miss Monica Goen Faculty Advisor 

Father John T. Martin Chaplain 



MEMBERS 



Paul Antoon 
Eve Elliott Blake 
Francis Buescher 
Nicholas Cassino 
Bill Coughlin 
Vincent Crowe 
William Allen Crozier 
Ben F. Carrubba 



Vincent Dauro 
George Davis 
Salvador DeNicola 
James Donahoe 
Frank Duncan 
John Ellis 
William H. Hayes 
Ben F. Hogan 



John J. Humphreys 
Kathleen Joseph 
Roy J. Keel, Jr. 
Charles Loyacano 
Joseph F. LeMieux 
William J. Luckett 
Charles McGraw 
Walter McHugh 



Percy Hugh Miller 
WiLBERT Normand 
James Shannon 
Robert Sizemore 
Edward Smith 
Juliette Thomas 
Chester Travica 



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The Young Men's Christian Association of Mississippi State College is serving in the same capacity as about 
550 other such College Associations in the United States. All students and members of the faculty are eligible for 
membership in this organization which seeks to unify and supplement the efforts of the various churches in giv- 
ing to the student body the necessary opportunity for the development and expression of its religious needs and 
desires. 

The Executive committee is composed of general Y.M.C.A. officers. Cabinet committee chairmen, and Class 
council presidents. It is the student policy forming and program planning body of the Association. 

The Advisory Committee is the governing body in determining the major policies of the Association and 
seeing that the organization functions for the betterment of the College and for the good of the student body. 

The employed Staff is charged with the responsibility of administering the details of the program as formu- 
lated by the Executive Committee and Advisory Committee. 



OFFICERS 



Marion L. Simmons President 

Sank Owen Vice-President 



Eldon Hearon . . . 
Homer McNamara 



Secretary 
Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Robert Cahoon— Chairman, Deputation Committee 

J. C. Christian— Chairman, Forum and Discussion Committee 

and President, Senior Council 
C. L. Coon— Chairman, Freshman Work Committee 
James Cox— Chairman, World Relations Committee • 

Edward Ferguson— Chairman, Music Committee 
Frank Gwin— Co-Chairman, Social Committee 
Eldon Hearon 

Ollie Johnson— Co-Chairman, Social Committee 
Betty Johnson— Chairman, Publicity and Publication 

Committee 



James Kenna— Chairman, Games and Recreation Committee 
Kent Lancaster— Chairman, Art Committee 
Homer McNamara— 
Sank Owen- 
Bob Rose— Chairman, Campus Service Committee 
Landrum Salley— Chairman, Worship Committee and Presi- 
dent Junior Council 
Marion Simmons- 
Robert H. Thompson— President, Sophomore Council 
Thomas Walker— President, Freshman Council 



First Row, left to right: Cahoon, Christian, Coon, Gwin; Second Row: Hearon, Kenna, Lancaster, Owen; Third Row: Simmons, 
Thompson, Walker. 




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Harkev, Hearon, Hendricks, Hollis, Humpbries, Jobnson, Kenna, Labens; Third Row: Lancaster, 
Fourth Row: Russell, Salley, Saul, Savage, Segrest, Sbaw, J. E. Simmons, M. L. Simmons, 



Y. M. C. A. CABINET 

The Y.M.C.A. Cabinet comprises student officers, committee chairmen, committee members, and a hmited 
number of faculty members. Membership on any committee is based on exceptional leadership ability and 
indication of interest in the program of the Y.M.C.A. Members meet each Wednesday evening for supper and 
an interesting program in keeping with the purpose of the Association. It is largely through the various com- 
mittees of the Cabinet that the "Y" program is projected out into campus life. 



OFFICERS 

Marion L. Simmons President 

Sank Owen Vice-President 

Eldon Hearon Secretary 

Homer McNamara Treasurer 



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Loftin, Luckett, Meadows, Mitchell, O'Keete, O'Neal, Ott, Owen, Palmer, Ralston, Rose, Ross; 
Sykes, Treas, Bobby Thompson, Leo Thompson, Walker. 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Dr. J. K. Bettebsworth 

Mr. C. E. Cain 

Mr. Harry L. Cole 

Mr. a. W. Garner 

Mr. Malcolm G. Gray 

Dr. G. D. Hoover 

Mr. H. H. Leveck 

Mr. Marcus Mapp 

Dr. E. H. Price 

Dr. D. J. Savage 

Dr. C. Q. Sheely 

Mr. Thurston Walls 

Dr. Paul Warttman 

Dr. Felix P. Welch 

Mr. William B. S. Wilburn 



STUDENT MEMBERS 



Hilton Abernathy 
J. F. Atkinson 
James G. Bagley 
Nelson Barfield 
Eve Blake 
Isaac Boggs 
Russell Br^dshaw 
Bobby Brown 
Ida Mae Beejh 
Robert Cahoon 
George W. Carter 
Grover Chappell 
J. C. Christian 
Maxine Cole 
Fred Colmer 
C. L. Coon 
Frank Cotton 
James Cox 



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Edward Fergus<jn, Jr. 
Eahlton Gibbes 
James Griffin 
Frank Gwin 
Warren Hammett 
Jean Harkey 
Eldon Hearon 
George Hendricks 
Bobby Hines 
Richard Hollis 
Bill Humphries 
Betty Johnson 
Ollie Johnson 
James Kenna 
Faith Labens 
Kent Lancaster 
Katherine Loftin 
Anne Luckett 
Marjobie McDonald 
Edsel McCarty 
Homer McNamara 

BOBBYE MaRLER 

W. L. Meadows 
Virgil Melohn 
Herman Middleton 
David Mitchell 
Billy Moss 
Mahgubette O'Keefe 
Emory O'Neal 
Eugene Ott 
Sank Owen 
Elwin Palmer 
William R. Parks 
Don Ralston 
John Rawls 
Ray G. Robley 
Bob Rose 
Jimmy Ross 
Sammye K. Russell 
Landrum Salley 
Joe Frank Sanderson 
Bobby Saul 
Anna Margery Savage 
Walter Savage 
Paul Schmitz 
Robert A. Scott 
Dorothy Segrest 
E. M. Shaw 
J. E. Simmons 
Marion L. Simmons 
James Sykes 
Marjorie Temple 
Charles Treas, Jr. 
Bobby Thompson 
Leo Thompson 
Morris Thompson 
Tom Walker 
Eleanor Welch 
Dotty ^^'HIT 
Howard ^^'H1TE 
Joseph Whiteside 
Evans Winter 



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Hedgepeth, Johnson, Kenna; Third Row: Mrs. Doris Kizer, Milton Kizer, Livingston, Loftin, Morson, Owen, Palmer; Fourth Row: 
Sanderson, Scott, Truesdald, Walker, White, Williams. 



SENIOR "Y" CDUNCIL 



The Senior "Y" Council is a voluntary unit organization composed of members of the senior class, mter- 
ested in the development of Christian fellowship. The group met every week and offered programs of mspua- 
tional and educational nature. Their activities were directed by the Council's elected officers and supervised 
by the staff of the Y.M.C.A. 



OFFICERS 

J. C. Christian President 

Betty Johnson Vice-President 

Joe F. Sanderson Secretary 

Thomas K. Griffis Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Harold E. Angelo 
Edwin C. Aldridge, Jr. 
J. F. Atkinson, Jr. 
Samuel Burke 
J. C. Christian 
Frank E. Cotton, Jr. 
S. B. Cowan 



Earlton Gibbs 
Thomas K. Griffis 
Sam Hailey 
Robert A. Harris 
H. B. Hedgepeth 
Betty Johnson 
James H. Kenna 



Mrs. Doris Kizer 
Milton Kizer 
S. H. Livingston 
Katherine Loftin 
Phil H. Morson 
Shank Owen 
Edwin Palmer 



Hal Russell 
Joe F. Sanderson 
George W. Scott, Jr. 
Roger W. Truesdale 
Emmett H. Walker, Jr. 
James H. White 
Cecil Q. Williams 



JUNIOR "Y" COUNCIL 



The Junior "Y" Council is a voluntary unit organization of the Y.M.C.A., composed of members of the 
Junior Class who are interested in a program of Christian fellowship, designed to help them grow into a more 
Christian way of life. The Council meets weekly in the Y.M.C.A. Banquet Room for luncheon and a program 
of inspirational, educational, and social nature. All activities are under the direction of the Council's elected 
officers and are in keeping with the general purpose and program of the association. 



OFFICERS 

Landrum Salley President 

Jimmy Cox Viee-President 

Lee Coon Secretary 

Robert Rose Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



John Edd Agnew 
Todd Agnew 
Louis N. Babfield, Tr. 
Eve Elliott Blake 
Neill Bogan 
Wm. a. Box 
Robert H. Cahoon 
John S. Castles 
John I. Chandler 
William E. Cochran 
Douglas E. Edwards, Jr. 



Edward Ferguson, Jb. 

Hugh C. Gray 

T. E. Hearon 

G. P. Hendrick 

Dallas L. Holbrook 

Harrell Josey 

Kent Lancaster 

Robert L. Liddell 

Ebnest C. Lindsey 

Lamar Little 

HoMEB C. McNamaba, Jr. 



Genn F. Martin 
Willis L. Meadows, Jr. 
W. T. Oakes 
Margurette O'Keefe 
S. D. Prentice 
Steve R. Renfrow 
George D. Rives, Jr. 
James P. Ross 
Dot Segrest 
James A. Short 
J. E. Simmons 



Harry C. Smith 
S. W. (Van) Smith, Jr. 
James B. Steen 
Sara Stenens 
Marjorie Temple 
Gerald Thomas 
Chester A. Travirca, Jr. 
Charles E. Treas 
Billie E. Wasson 
H. Clifton Wilson 
Marion L. Simmons 



First Row, left to right: J. E. Agnew, Todd Agnew, Blake, Bogan, Calioon, Castles, Cochran; Secotid Row: Ferguson, Gray, Hol- 
brook, Lancaster, Liddell, Lindsey, McNamara; rhiid Row: Martin, Meadows, O'Keefe, Prentice, Renfro, Ross; Segrest; Fourtli 
Row: J. E. Simmons, M. L. Simmons, Stevens, Treas, Wasson, Wilson. 




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First Row, left to right: Beal, Beer, Brock, Byrd, Canon, Carnes, Cochran Cole; Second Roti>.- Coon Bearing, Dorsey, Freeman, 
Griffin, Grissom, Harrison, Habeen; Third Roiv: Hollis, Johnson, Kirkland, Leslie, Luckett, Mauldm, Miller; Fourth Roiv: McCulley, 
McDonald, Norman, Potts, Savage, Thompson, Whitt. 

SOPHOMORE "Y" COUNCIL 

The Sophomore "Y" Council is a unit organization of the Y.M.C.A., the purpose of which is to promote fel- 
lowship and help students from the Sophomore class better understand the principles of the Christian religion 
and its relationship to every-day life. The group includes in its fellowship all interested members of the Sopho- 
more class, and it meets weekly for a fellowship luncheon. 

OFFICERS 

Bobby Thompson President 

William McCord Vice-President 

John Rawls Secretary 

Maxine Cole Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Gus Bagley 
Reuben Beal 
Ida May Beer 
James N. Brock 
R. L. Brown, Jr. 
Billy Byrd 
Jesse L. Canon 
Charles M. Carnes 
J. W. Chatham, Jr. 
William E. Cochran 
Maxine Cole 



Jesse H. Coon 
Willie Mae Dearing 
William S. Dorsey 
Rodney C. Freeman, Jr. 
James E. Griffin 
Eugenia Grissom 
Conwell Ray Harris 
A. C. Harrison 
H. Michael Habeeb, U 
Richard Hollis 
Robert Neal Hunt 



E. D. Johnson 
J. D. Kirkland, Jr. 
Thomas B. Leslie 
Emily Anne Luckett 
Thurman N. Mauldin 
Marty Miller 
William A. McCord 
Charles R. McCulley, 
Fred McDonald 
Eric Norman 
Josephine Potts 



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Jimmy Proctor 

John E. Ran\'ls 

Anna Margery Savage 

W. T. Savage 

Eunice Louise Smith 

Mark Smith 

R. H. Thompson, Jr. 

Lamar H. Wadlington 

Patsy Watts 

Dotty Whitt 

Charles Wilkinson, Jr. 



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FRESHMAN "Y" COUNCIL 



A unit organization of the Y.M.C.A., this group is composed of freshmen taking an active interest in the "Y" 
program. Its purpose is to sponsor a program of social and rehgious activity, and to develop Christian leader- 
ship among freshmen. Its activities are directed by its own elected officers. Recognized as the outstanding first- 
year organization on the campus, the group always includes in its ranks those students who are later destined 
to take a leading part in campus activities. 

OFFICERS 

Tom Walker President 

Paul Schmitz Vice-President 

Joseph B. Whiteside Secretary 

Hugh Ivy Scott Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Roy Agnew 
Joe C. Applewhite 
Thomas N. Bailey 
Joe H. Barber, Jr. 
Steve Blair, Jr. 
John D. Boyette 
Sidney Branch 
JaKe M. Bhannan 
Joseph L. Brown, Jr. 
Joseph E. Buckley 
Florence Chafee 
Dale Clark 
J. C. Collins 



Fred Colmer 

Dale Lemoine Cullen 

John Doan 

Frances DeMoville 

Joyce Elder 

Edwin Ellis 

Bruce F. Gannaway 

Billy W. Harris 

Bill Huntington 

Kathleen Joseph 

Peggy S. Junk 

John P. Kennedy 

Harold B. McCarley 



Carolyn McKee 
Polly Bowles McMath 
Ellis McNeel 
Marvin H. McPherson 

BOBBYE MaRLER 

George Mercier 
W. M. Montgomery 
ToMMYE LaNelle Morris 
Beverly F. Mosely 
Joe Thomas Mosley 
James Palmer 
Archie R. Parker, Jr. 
Willie Phillips 



Carolyn Powell 
Billie Ray 
H. K. Robertson 
James A. Rosy 
Rosemary Rogers 
John M. Sanders 
Paul H. Sanders, Jr. 
Paul Schmitz 
Hugh Ivy Scott 
James C. Sykes 
Tom Walker 
Joseph B. Whiteside 
O. B. Wooley, Jr. 



First Row, left to right: Agnew, Applewhite, Bailey, Barber, Blair, Boyette, Branch, Brannan, Brown; Second Row: Buckley, Chafee, 
Clark, Collins, Colmer, Cullen, DeMoville, Elder, Ellis; Third Row: Gannaway, Harris, Joseph, Junk, McCarley, McKee, McNeel, 
McPherson, Marler; Fourth Row: Mercier, Montgomery, Morris, B.F. Mosely, J. T. Mosley, Parker, Phillips, Powell; Fifth Row: 
Robertson, Rogers, J. M. Sanders, P. H. Sanders, Jr., Schmitz, Sykes, Walker, Whiteside. 




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Row: McCarty, Norman, Palmer, Thomas, Rayborn. 



B. S, U. COUNCIL 

The B S U Council consist of student leaders whose purpose is to be a connecting link between the Baptist 
Students onthe campus and the local Church. It offers opportunity for training young people in Chiistian 
leadeTship for tomor^w. Their responsibihty is to develop more sincere Christians, plan unity, and coordi- 
nate all Student activffies of the Church, and to cooperate with other denominations in campus religious 
activities. 

OFFICERS 

Rev. B. J. Seitz Student Secretary 

Professor Jimmye Hillman Faculty Advisor 

Tom Benton President 

Eric Norman l^t Vice-President 

T. Rayborn 2nd Vice-President 

Earnest Bishop 3rd Vice-President 

J. F. Atkinson Reporter 

Ruben Real Secretary 

James Kenna Y. M. C. A. Representative 

Bo Currie Extension Chairman 

Victor Broom Musical Chairman 



MEMBERS 



J. F. Atkinson 
Ruben Beal 
Tom Benton 
Earnest Bishop 
QuAvis Bonner 



Victor Broom 
Bennie Channels 
Frank Cotton 
Bo Currie 
Charlie Foster 



Elmer Hillman 
James Kenna 
Carl Maxwell 
Edsel McCarty 
Eric Norman 



James Palmer 
Billy Thomas 
William C. Thompson 
Talmadge Rayborn 



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Another new club formed on the campus at Mississippi State this year was the Camera Ckib. This club is 
composed of those students who are interested in photography and who wish to aid the Publications such as 
the Reveille and Reflector in securing the best pictures and to further their own personal collections. 

Under the able guidance of J. E. Bagwell and David Smith, and with the consistently excellent work of 
Aldo Vervena and Bill Harris the Camera Club makes possible an almost constant picture of activity on the State 
Campus. 



OFFICERS 

David Smith President 

T. Mauldin Vice-President 

Aldo Vervena Secretary-Treasurer 







MEMBERS 




J. E. Bagwell 


J. H. TURMAN 


R. P. Jones 


Charles Treas 


R. E. Cook 


W. L. Groften 


B. T. Manning 


Joe Thomas 


C. C. Chism 


C. T. Harrell 


T. Mauldin 


Tillman Turfitt 


R. J. Dalpet 


B. W. Harris 


James H. Phillips 


Aldo Vervena 


James Ellard 


R. C. Harrison 


Leroy Robinson 


Frank Wadley 


D. H. Epperson 


J. H. James 


David Smith 





First Row, left to right: Bagwell, Cook, Chism, Ellard, Turman; Second Row: Harrell, Harris, James, Jones, Mauldin; Third Row: 
Phillips, Robinson, Smith, Treas, Wadley. 






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IN APPRECIATION 



Just as cooperation is the essence of success in any undertaking, 
so it is in the publication of a college annual. Therefore, the Editors of 
The 1947 Reveille would like to publicly express their appreciation 
for the efforts of all those who contributed to the book. 

To Mr. Ben Hilbun, Mr. N. F. Hamlin, and the other members 
of the Board of Publications, to Mr. Bob Faerber, of the Alabama 
Engraving Company; to Mr. Johnny Long of Bowen, Long & Young; 
to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pruitt of Pruitt Studios we sincerely say thanks 
for their patience and guidance. 

We gratefully acknowledge the assistance and efforts of the Staffs 
for their time and work on the Reveille. To the Student Body and to 
all the others who helped so much in the publication of this 1947 
Reveille, we express our sincere thanks. 

Joe F. Sanderson, Editor 

Thomas K. Griffis, Business Manager 

George Wade, Assistant Editor 



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The administration and faculty of Mississippi State College wish for every 
student an attainment of lasting virtues for every day of his stay on the campus, 
and all of the resources of the institution are being strained to reach a high 
degree of fulfillment of this wish. 

Already considerable progress has been made in the expansion of our physi- 
cal plant. Generosity of the Legislature and of the Building Commission in 
recognizing our needs, and in providing the necessary funds for such physical 
expansion, has already turned many of our most pressing needs into realities. 
We are persisting in our efforts to broaden our resources to meet the increased 
educational demands being made by the boys and girls within the borders of 
our state. 

Adequate housing facilities, one of our most acute problems a year ago, are 
assured, and, for the most part, are nearing completion. It now appears prob- 
able that we shall be able to provide accommodations for every Mississippian 
who wishes to pursue his studies in higher education within the halls of 
Mississippi State. 

The administrative departments of the College are continually seeking to 
strengthen the personnel of the various faculties, the heart and life blood of 
an educational institution. During the past year the academic divisions have 
aiven serious and intensive study to a revitalization of curriculum. We are 
keenly aware of our obligation to develop the human resources of our state 
by providing adequate and efficient training for the needs of Mississippi. 
Results thus far have been most encouraging. 

We are looking to the future hopefully, confident that we shall have the 
facilities for satisfying the exacting demands for specialized training in the 
many and diversified fields of study, and that we shall thereby be enabled to 
render an increasingly broad service to our beloved state. 

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ADVERTISERS 



They Help Make This Book 
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BALFOUR FRATERNITY JEWELRY 



'The Old Reliable" 



For Quicker Service Send Orders to 



L. G. BALFOUR CO. 



Enoch Benson, Manager 



2104 5th Ave., N. 



Birmingham, Ala. 



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Alec Loeb, Inc. 



Apparel at Its Best 



STARKVILLE 



MERIDIAN 



UNIVERSITY 



A Mississippi Institution Since 1887 



IN MISSISSIPPI'S TWO COLLEGE TOWNS 
Columbus . . . Home of M. S. C. W. Starkville . . . Home of STATE 



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J. O. Slaughter, General Manager 



COLUMBUS, MISSISSIPPI 



STARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI 



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Congratulations 

AND SINCEREST WISHES FOR A SUCCESSFUL FUTURE 

We hope that you will make Egger's your Shopping 
Center, where fashions are newest, prices are right and 
friendliness prevails throughout the store. Good luck to 
each and every one of you. 




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DEPARTMENT STORE 

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Best Wishes to Graduates and Undergraduates 



THE DIAMOND SHOP 



Mississippi's Largest Diamond Merchants and 



Bulova Watch Dealer 



411 MAIN ST. 



COLUMBUS 



MISSISSIPPI 



Compliments 




...of... 




Planters Oil Mill 




— Manufacturers of — 




COTTONSEED PRODUCTS 




Owned by Mississippi Cottonseed Products Co. 




GREENWOOD MISSISSIPPI 




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Supporting the College Since Its Foundation 

QUALITY GOODS 

FAIR PRICES 

W. W. SCALES & CO. 

— Since 1845 — 
W. M. Scales, Manager 



STARKVILLE 



MISSISSIPPI 



Come to our store 
when you need— 

DAVIS TIRES-WIZARD BATTERIES 
Automobile Parts and Accessories 

WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE 
STORE 

F. S. Cole, Owner 
STARKVILLE MISSISSIPPI 



OUR is not how much we can get for what we 
AIM give, but how much can we gi\'e for what 

we get 

GEO. EVANS' SHINE PARLOR 

Re-sueding 

Leather Coats Renewed 

— 30 Years Experience — 

STARKVILLE MISSISSIPPI 



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GOOD FOOD 

REGULAR DINNERS 
SHRIMP 

K. C. STEAKS 

OYSTERS 

BELL CAFE 

STARKVILLE MISSISSIPPI 



KLEBAN'S SHOE STORE 



STARKVILLE, MISS. 



'Where Most 'STATE' Men and Women 
Buy their Shoes" 



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Let "JIM" Make It 

PORTRAIT 

ACTION 

APPLICATION 

GROUP 

The Official Photographer of the 
1947 Reveille 

Complete File of All Reveille Negatives 

JIM PRUITT STUDIO 

STARKVILLE, MISS. 



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SECURITY STATE BANK 



STARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI 



Member of F. D. I. C. 



Serving Starkville, Oktibbeha County and State 
College more than a third of a century continuously. 



Place All of Its Facilities 
At Your Disposal 

When Your Business Is Banking 
Call On Us 



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